New York City’s largest Pride flag covers Louis Kahn’s Four Freedoms State Park

It’s Pride Month and that means New York City’s largest Pride flag, located at Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms State Park on the southern tip of Roosevelt Island, is back and more colorful than ever. Painted on the Grand Stairs of the public park and spanning over 100 feet long by 30 feet wide, the 2022 Progress Pride Flag is a reprisal of the installation in 2019, but with new colors including black and brown (in expression of People of Color) and pink, blue, and white (to symbolize transgender).

“The 2022 Progress Pride Flag places greater emphasis on inclusion and progression with added colors representing

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