Soul of a Nation June 9 2022 “PRIDE: To Be Seen” on ABC

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On Thursday June 9 2022 at 10:00pm ET, ABC broadcasts “PRIDE: To Be Seen – A Soul of a Nation Presentation”.

Cara Delevingne hosts the groundbreaking special event documenting the LGBTQ+ experience and examining what it means to be seen as a member of the community.

Scroll down to read about the episode & cast and watch tonight’s show online!

About Soul of a Nation

Soul of a Nation will present viewers with a unique window into authentic realities of Black life and dive deeper into this critical moment of racial reckoning. Each episode will explore a specific theme including spirituality, Black joy, activism in sports and the racial reckoning that erupted after George Floyd’s death.

This show is broadcast on ABC, also known as the American Broadcasting Company.

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  • How to Get Away with Murder
  • Fresh Off the Boat
  • Black-ish
  • American Housewife
  • The Bachelor
  • General Hospital
  • The Goldbergs
  • The View
  • A Million Little Things
  • The Conners
  • Station 19
  • The Rookie
  • The Bachelorette

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1 Response

  1. Karen Shurley says:

    I don’t understand why parents could turn their children away because of their sexuality.
    They’re still your flesh and blood, still the same person from ten minutes ago, before your son and/or daughter felt ok enough to tell you the truth about themselves
    My cousin came out to his parents; it wasn’t “I’m glad you can be honest with me about everything” no; he heard “where did we go wrong” “why is he doing this” “what about grandkids”
    It has nothing to do with you; he isn’t trying to get back at you for the crappy childhood, this is him being honest with you and no longer hiding himself
    Does he want children? It’s still possible when and if he decides. He’s an adult; he has to live his life.

    Me? I’m an open minded woman who loves my young cousin regardless, in fact, I told the parents my feelings haven’t changed(his dad is my cousin)I don’t know how their relationship is; I did tell my young cousin my love for him hasn’t changed, in fact, I call him my nephew.

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