Miriam Zmiewski-Angelova pulls her son Nashoba Angelova in a wagon, holding a sign that reads “Stop stealing brown children again,” while she sings with the Indigenous Sisters Resistance group, supporting the Northwest Two-Spirit Society, at the Seattle Pride Parade in Downtown Seattle Sunday June 24, 2018.  (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)
Miriam Zmiewski-Angelova pulls her son Nashoba Angelova in a wagon, holding a sign that reads “Stop stealing brown children again,” while she sings with the Indigenous Sisters Resistance group, supporting the Northwest Two-Spirit Society. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)

Seattle’s Pride Parade goes ‘Beyond Borders’

Though there was much to celebrate at the parade, opposition to the separation of immigrant families surfaced as a major concern. “We can celebrate this beautiful day and look out for our brothers and sisters who are struggling — there’s room for both,” said one paradegoer.  VIEW

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