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#weSEAlove: David Neth

May 17, 2019
There’s a reason that Seattle has always been a leader in creating a welcoming environment for the LGBTQ community and why it’s received a perfect score on the Municipal Equality Index (MEI) for over five (5) consecutive years: where others see hate, #weSEAlove. Seattle is a city that favors inclusion over exclusion. In this series, Queerty goes ‘behind-the-image’ of some of the most poignant photos from the @weSEAlove Instagram handle –celebrating stories that showcase how Seattle approaches the world: with love and acceptance. Join Queerty and Visit Seattle in shifting our country's narrative one image and one story at a time by following along at @weSEAlove on Instagram. Discover even more Seattle stories at VISITSEATTLE.tv. David Neth is a long-time Seattle resident who holds the distinction of being one of the original organizers of Seattle’s first Pride in 1974. In this episode, we go ‘behind-the-image’ of Seattle’s first Pride celebration and hear how, with limited resources and support, David helped begin the movement that has grown to the fourth largest Pride Parade in the country. Where others see hate, #weSEAlove. Join us in shifting our country's narrative one image and one story at a time by following along at @weSEAlove on Instagram. Discover even more Seattle stories at VISITSEATTLE.tv.