Recognizing and uplifting LGBTQIA voices is important year-round, but Pride Month gives the LGBTQIA community a much bigger spotlight.
LGBTQIA Pride is the positive stance against discrimination and violence toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people to promote their self-affirmation, dignity, equality rights, increase their visibility as a social group, build community, and celebrate diversity and gender variance.
During Pride Month, the LGBTQIA community and its allies get together at parades, marches and other organized events in the U.S. and around the world. While it’s certainly a cause for celebration, Pride Month is also a time to reflect on the history of the movement; remember the lives lost to violence and HIV/AIDs; and pay tribute to activists like Harvey Milk and Marsha P. Johnson who helped get us to where we are today.
How are we celebrating Pride Month?
Throughout June, Pulte is sharing ways you can be an ally to your colleagues, customers, and neighbors. By listening, learning, and taking action, we can all serve as allies to ensure a more equitable world for all. Watch Susan Chase explain below what Pride and allyship means to her.
At the start of every June, we celebrate, take pride, and honor the lives of those in the LGBTQIA+ community. Pride month is more than just a celebration. It's a learning period to be aware of the troubles, setbacks, and discrimination that people in these communities still face. Watch this video featuring Susan Chase and
ATLANTA, April 27, 2023 – PulteGroup, Inc. (NYSE: PHM), one of America’s largest homebuilders, has launched a nationwide partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of America, a leading youth-development organization that provides safe places, caring mentors and life-enhancing experiences for young people across the nation. The partnership will focus on inspiring kids and teens to achieve academic success
Watch this important discussion about closing the racial gaps in wealth and home ownership. Hear from two industry leaders: Lisa Rice, President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Fair Housing Alliance, and Deb Still, President and CEO of Pulte Mortgage, to get a better understanding about housing in America and how we can be