By Alex SosnowskiIt’s been three years since Spokane’s Spokane Pride parade started.
The pride parade was originally held in March and was a huge success for the city.
But it’s been years since the first openly LGBT newspaper article was published in the city, with a special focus on the LGBTQ community in Spokane.
The first openly trans newspaper article in Spokane was published by the LGBT news site TransAdvocate in 2014.
Since then, the Pride Parade has had many new faces and some old faces attending the event.
The city of Spokane was one of the first in the nation to recognize a trans person as a protected class under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
A transgender person is someone who is identified by their gender identity or gender expression.
Transgender people have been able to legally change their legal gender from male to female, but they are still considered the gender they were assigned at birth.
This has led to a number of lawsuits and court battles, with the majority of these being decided in the past few years.
In 2016, a transgender woman sued the city for discrimination, claiming the city had denied her access to the restroom, denied her use of public restrooms and denied her health care coverage.
A federal judge ruled in favour of the transgender woman and the case is currently on appeal.
In 2017, the Spokane Pride Parade was renamed as the Transgender Pride Parade in honour of transgender rights activist and activist DeRay Mckesson.
Since 2017, a number, including the city of Phoenix, Arizona, has also taken action to ban discrimination against trans people.
Phoenix, Arizona passed an ordinance banning discrimination against transgender people in the workplace, housing, public accommodations and public schools.
The City of Spokane is also working to expand protections for trans people in their city, including increasing the number of trans-inclusive policies in their parks, libraries, and public spaces.
Trans pride parade in SpokaneThe city has also seen a surge in the number and visibility of trans people, particularly in recent years.
A 2016 study from the LGBTQ advocacy group Lambda Legal found that more than a quarter of LGBTQ people in Spokane identify as trans.
This figure rose to more than 40 per cent in 2019, according to the most recent figures available from the Spokane Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Community Center.
The Pride Parade is also a major celebration for the LGBTQ movement, as a number are expected to attend in Spokane this year.
There is also some indication that some LGBTQ people may not be able to attend the parade due to other events or commitments.
For example, transgender women have been barred from attending the parade in Portland, Oregon.
This is because of an event that took place in 2019 at which an event was cancelled due to safety concerns.
Other LGBTQ events are also not currently being held in Spokane, with only a few LGBTQ events happening on an annual basis.
The LGBTQ community is still struggling to come to terms with their identities, and the city’s Pride Parade remains a significant part of that process.
The Spokane Pride Pride Parade at The Depot on January 7, 2019 in Spokane , Washington.
The march is currently being conducted in a public space, so trans people are not allowed to attend.
A Pride parade in the capital of the state of Washington.
(Photo by Alex Soshnikov/Getty Images)The parade was also an important part of the local LGBT community, with many people from the city attending.
The parade is held annually on February 12, with an estimated 15,000 to 20,000 people attending.
For many people who attend, it’s a significant and welcome opportunity to meet and network.
However, the city has faced backlash over the past year, with some people calling for it to be cancelled.
A petition was launched on Change.org to “cancel the 2018 Pride Parade” after the city did not host a Pride parade last year.
The petition said the parade should be cancelled because it had “no LGBT representation, no trans representation, and no LGBT representation at all” in the 2017 parade.
The event was held in conjunction with a Pride event in Vancouver, Canada, and was also the first time the city hosted a parade outside of its official capital city, which was New York.
The community has also expressed concerns over the safety of the parade itself, as the parade is located in the centre of a major transportation hub, which means there are a number pedestrians walking by on a daily basis.
People also pointed to the fact that the parade was held at night, when it would be dark, as an issue with the event’s security.
In January 2018, the council of the Spokane City Council unanimously voted to move forward with the 2018 parade, with Councilwoman Julie Miller-Kruger, Vice Mayor Karen Rehberg and the Spokane County Sheriff’s Department all voting in favour.
In a statement on the council’s website, Mayor Greg Fischer said that the city was committed to creating a safe, welcoming and inclusive space