Help us make a difference

There many ways to get involved with UK Black Pride; from volunteering, to promoting your cause or business with a stall, or showing your organisation’s commitment with sponsorship.


A celebration of united diversity

UK Black Pride is the only LGBT community Pride event to be genuinely designed, delivered and led by the full diversity of Black LGBT people.


Ms Dynamite headlined UK Black Pride 2011

It is with the greatest excitement that UK Black Pride announces the headline act for this year’s festival as Multi Mobo Award Winner, 2002 Mercury Music Prize winner and Platinum recording artist Ms Dynamite! … UK Black Pride Tickets are on sale now on

July 1, 2011

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April 29, 2011

UKBP tops Pink Paper Reader Awards

UK Black Pride has swept the top prize in Pink Paper’s Readers’ Awards 2011. Thousands of members of the public voted to propel Europe’s largest celebration of African, Asian, Caribbean and Middle Eastern LGBT people to first place in the ‘Best Black Minority Ethnic Organisation’ category.

February 14, 2011

Celebrating Black and LGBT Experiences

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February 9, 2011

Prime Minister Gordon Brown sent his best wishes in 2009

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August 15, 2009