Baltimore pride
Rainbow reprised
Published July 25, 2016 Photos
Johns Hopkinsā€”represented by a contingent of more than 300 people, a Blue Jay shuttle, and an ambulanceā€”helped celebrate the 41st annual Baltimore Pride parade Saturday. The annual festival supports the LGBTQ community and its allies. For the festivities, the Johns Hopkins representatives brought back the "scrubs rainbow" theme of last year. "I am excited to have more than 300 members of our Hopkins community represented in the parade," said Demere Woolway, director of LGBTQ Life at Hopkins. "I am really grateful for all of the support from across the institution."
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Skin health
Staying protected
Published July 25, 2016
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