Atlanta celebrates Stonewall Week The GA Voice Editors July 9, 2010 Atlanta Earlier that Saturday, a bevy of events drew LGBT Atlantans and their supporters to Piedmont Park and the State Capitol. The 20th annual Atlanta Pride Run drew 487 runners, who stepped off from the pool area in Piedmont Park. The fastest time went to Enrique Sanchez, while Katarina Dubcova finished first among the female runners. Also on June 26, the Sylvia Rivera Stonewall Community Brunch — sponsored by Transgender Individuals Living Their Truth, the Juxtaposed Center for Transformation and the Atlanta Pride Committee —focused on the contributions transgender people have made to the LGBT civil rights movement. About 50 people attended the event at Central Presbyterian Church. After the brunch, Atlanta Pride hosted the “Be Visible, Make a Statement” rally and community art project at the State Capitol. There was also an informal picnic in Piedmont Park. To view photos from the recent Stonewall Week events, please click here. SHARE ON Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website 6 − three = Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.