Last updated on March 15, 2016
The 2012 Pagan Pride Day (PPD) season is ramping up. According to the Pagan Pride Project, “the primary purposes of this corporation shall be the advancement of religion and elimination of prejudice and discrimination based on religious beliefs.” PPD events that are affliated with the Pagan Pride Project are required to have a harvest ritual, a food drive, and send out a press release to local media. Outside of those requirements, events are very diverse, and they can include workshops, live music, drum circles, other entertainment, vendors, group information booths, psychics/readers, kids activities, and more.
(Here is a list of local Pagan Pride Day events: Capital Witch: Gearing Up for Local Pagan Pride Days)