Days of ’47 Parade Rejects Mormons Building Bridges Entry

 

Utahns celebrate Pioneer Day in 1912 at Salt Lake City's Liberty Park.

Utahns celebrate Pioneer Day in 1912 at Salt Lake City’s Liberty Park.

(KCPW News) The Days of ’47 Parade, held in July on Pioneer Day, is perhaps the biggest parade in Utah. But on Friday, a group promoting better relations between the LGBT community and Mormons announced that their application to enter the parade was rejected by Days of ’47 organizers.

KCPW’s Ryan Cunningham has more.

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