The UK Black Pride was suspended permanently because of a coronavirus outbreak

UK Black Pride postponed coronavirus

The UK Black Pride has been suspended indefinitely because of an ongoing coronavirus epidemic that has seen the UK approach.

The festival, which is Europe’s largest festival for people of African, Asian, Caribbean, Middle Eastern and Latin American origins, also illuminated the future for the protection and well-being of the people.

In a statement, the event organizers asked everyone to play their part in helping to spread the spread of the coronavirus virus and said there was an end to the epidemic.

“We urge all of you not only to take care of yourself, but to take care of the community. We need to help each other,” he said.

“For many in our community, COVID-19 is just expanding what it means to be like the people living in Britain.”

The UK Black Pride has said the coronavirus epidemic is affecting indigenous peoples ‘in ways we all already know’.

“COVID-19, with its leading standards and principles, can affect black women, our elders, immigrants, refugees and people of color in ways we all already know.

“We know how many of us need places like the UK Black Pride to celebrate, and we know for sure how many people in our community are going to have a hard time in this chaos.”

For many in our community, COVID-19 is just expanding what it means to be like the British beauty pageants.

The group also urged people to be kind to one another, to stay at home, and to reach out to others to make sure they were going to work.

Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, executive director of UK Black Pride, said the idea of ​​halting the event was “heartwarming but it should be done”.

The group insisted that the ‘annual celebration’ would take place ‘.

“For 15 years we have established the safety and well-being of LGBT + people in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, the Middle East and Latin America and because of COVID-19, it is wise to take action,” Opoku-Gyimah said.

“But we will not stop being an LGBTQ POC during COVID-19, so the team and I are working hard to use digital strategies to make our communities more inclusive, fun and overcome inequalities.”

He continued: “Our communities have a lot of people who have persevered, who always find a way, and COVID-19 is another challenge we will face together.

“Pride of UK Black is happening and we can’t wait to see you all.”

“I’m happy that the UK Black Pride is celebrating their 15th anniversary. You all make the content. I can’t wait to see you again soon.”