Pride of Boston represents a great deal of events – from the 1971 Boston first gay pride march, held just one year after the first marches happened in Chicago. Life, health, light, nature, harmony, and spirit are important facets of every Bostonian’s life, and not just for our gay community. Different cultures and ideologies make up the dynamic rainbow that is Boston culture. Walk through any T station and you can hear a dozen languages and see faces from all over the world gathered in our city. The rainbow symbol is a reminder that we’re united by our differences, not divided by them.