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Malé Male, Maldives

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Area6.8 km²
Metropolitan area927
Urban area195
Weather31°C, Wind E at 26 km/h, 70% Humidity
Local timeWednesday 14:16
Population142,909 (2017)
Elevation 2.4 m
Current weather28°C, Wind NW at 18 km/h, 83% Humidity
Local timeSunday 16:45
Location statistical region population142,909
MayorDr. Mohamed Muiz
Sports teamsMaziya S&RC
Club Eagles
T.C. Sports Club
Attractions Hulhumale
Hukuru Miskiy
National Museum, Maldives
Male'
Universities
Villa College
Mandhu College Maldives
Cyryx College
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Malé Male, Maldives History


Malé is the densely populated capital of the Maldives, an island nation in the Indian Ocean. It's known for its mosques and colorful buildings. The Islamic Centre (Masjid-al-Sultan Muhammad Thakurufaanu Al Auzam) features a mosque, a library and a distinctive gold dome. Near the harbor, a popular fish market offers the day's catch, and a produce market is stocked with local fruit. ― Google

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Pride at 50: Rare photos of early marches

Feb 16,2020 7:43 am

Pride in London is celebrating five decades of annual marches and festivities to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community.

The Central London parade returns, on Saturday, after a two-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.

About 2,000 people joined The First UK Gay Pride Rally, in London, on 1 July 1972, the nearest Saturday to the third anniversary of the Stonewall Riots against a police raid at a gay bar in Manhattan.

Now, More Than one million celebrate Pride in the UK's Capital - and there are events all over The World .

Bishopsgate Institute 's Special Collections and Archives holds one of The Most in the UK, including:

1970s

Manager Stef Dickers Told Bbc News : " Recording and archiving LGBTQ+ history is vital to inform, inspire and empower Future Generations about their own history.

" We have missing voices from LGBTQ+ people in the historical narrative, due to the struggles and oppression the community has faced over the decades.

" It is so important that our histories are recorded now to celebrate how far we have come in visibility and hard-won freedoms But also to warn and arm the community for any future struggles. "

On The First march, Ted Brown - pictured above (left) with campaigner Peter Tatchell (right) - Told Bbc News , " there were men kissing men, men kissing what looked like men in drag and there were women kissing women and women kissing men in drag and Vice Versa .

" It was a declaration of freedom, declaration of rights, " He Said .

" We did that in front of The Police , almost as a challenge.

" Fortunately, nobody got arrested. "

Gay Pride Week, in 1976, saw a picnic in Victoria Gardens , by the Houses of Parliament.

Many of the images have never been publicly displayed.

" These kind of photo archives don't exist elsewhere in this size and scope, " Mr Dickers said.

" Photo agencies hold images of Prides taken by press Photographers - But these archives are Photographers from the LGBTQ+ community photographing the community.

" This is powerful. "

1980s

Section 28 of The Local Government Act 1988, which meant schoolteachers were not allowed to " promote" gay relationships, was repealed in 2003.

The 1981 Pride march was moved to Huddersfield, in support of the Gemini Club , which police had called " a cesspit of filth".

In 1983, The March was renamed Lesbian and Gay Pride.

1990s

In 2017, Mr Tatchell Told The Bbc 's Newsround: " We have made fantastic Progress .

" Compared to two decades ago, Britain is almost a different country.

" All the main anti-gay laws have been abolished.

" We Are now one of The Best countries in The World for gay equality. "

Today, it is illegal to discriminate against somebody because of their sexuality or Gender - although, many gay people face discrimination in their daily lives.

" There is big Progress - But more needs to be done, " Mr Tatchell said.

" Public attitudes are much more supportive - although, there are still families who reject their gay children.

" We still have too much homophobic Hate Crime , many kids are still bullied and a lot of schools don't have an anti-bullying programme that specifically addresses anti-gay issues.

" We want to get to a situation where no-one cares what sexuality you are, where we accept the person and their right To Love whoever they Wish - Male , female, both or neither. "

Drag queen Lily Savage (Paul O'Grady, above centre) attended Pride in 1992.

" New additions to our archive arrive almost daily and we would recommend anyone to get In Touch who wants to record and document their own LGBTQ+ history, " Mr Dickers said.

" As this year is such an important milestone, we hope people will share images of what Pride means to them, through our.

" This could be attending the official Pride festivities But also other moments of joy and celebration that make them feel proud to be who they are.

" It's also not limited to London and we'd be delighted for people to contribute from all over the UK. "

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Source of news: bbc.com

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