National Park Service Celebrates Pride Month With Rainbows Over Parks, Attempts To Link Battlefield Sites To LGBT History

National Park Service Celebrates Pride Month With Rainbows Over Parks, Attempts To Link Battlefield Sites To LGBT History


The National Park Service (NPS) and U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) commemorated Pride Month on Tuesday by posting photographs on Instagram of rainbows adorning picturesque national park landscapes.

“The National Park Service preserves a variety of places commemorating America’s multi-faceted history and is devoted to preserving, protecting, and telling the stories of ALL Americans,” the NPS wrote along with a picture of a rainbow over Lake Mead National Recreation Area in Arizona and Nevada. “Discover stories that tell the contributions of the LGBTQ+ community to the nation’s history in parks across the country.”

The post then links to the section of the NPS website that commemorates the “LGBTQ heritage” of NPS by attempting to link some of the national parks and historical sites to homosexuality or transgender behavior.

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Examples include linking the Battle of Vicksburg site in Mississippi to a woman named Jennie Hodges, who pretended to be a male soldier and enlisted in the Union Army. The NPS entry on

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