The Prince George’s County Police Department 2nd Annual Pride Walk, Sunday June 2, 2024

Prince George's County Police Department Pride Walk

The Prince George’s County Police Department is proud to announce our 2nd Annual Pride Walk, set to take place this Sunday, June 2, 2024, in celebration and support of the LGBTQIA+ community. 

WHAT:  2nd Annual Pride Walk

DATE: Sunday, June 2, 2024

TIME: 10:00 a.m.

WHERE: 153 National Plaza, Oxon Hill, MD, 20745

This event underscores the department's commitment to diversity, inclusion, and fostering positive relationships with all members of our community.

The Pride Walk will begin at National Harbor at 153 National Plaza in Oxon Hill at 10:00 AM and will proceed along the walkway adjacent to the Potomac River, down to the base of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge, ending back at 153 National Plaza.  Participants of all ages, backgrounds, and identities are invited to join in this vibrant display of unity and solidarity.

"We are excited to host the 2nd Annual Pride Walk again this year," said Police Chief Malik Aziz, Prince George’s County Police Department.  “This year we have partnered with several County public safety agencies to host this event.  This event is a testament to our ongoing efforts to build trust and understanding within our community. It is crucial that we stand together, celebrate our differences, and show unwavering support for our LGBTQIA+ friends, family, and colleagues.”

The event will feature speeches from local LGBTQIA+ leaders, community members, and a variety of vendors will be onsite.  In addition, various community organizations will also be present to provide information and resources about LGBTQIA+ services and support networks.

"We hope to see a large turnout as we walk together in the spirit of pride and inclusion," added Chief Aziz. "This is an opportunity for us all to reaffirm our commitment to a community where everyone feels safe, valued, and respected."

For more information about the Pride Walk, please visit us on social media at @PGPDNews or contact the Media Relations Division at (301)772-4710.