FEATURE PHOTO: Celebrate Pride

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FEATURE PHOTO: Celebrate Pride

Rosa Coit (left), a sophomore from Charleston High School, colors patterns on a coloring sheet during Celebrate Pride at the Rotary Room of the Charleston Carnegie Public Library on Monday afternoon.

Rosa Coit (left), a sophomore from Charleston High School, colors patterns on a coloring sheet during Celebrate Pride at the Rotary Room of the Charleston Carnegie Public Library on Monday afternoon.

Raine Zhu

Rosa Coit (left), a sophomore from Charleston High School, colors patterns on a coloring sheet during Celebrate Pride at the Rotary Room of the Charleston Carnegie Public Library on Monday afternoon.

Raine Zhu

Raine Zhu

Rosa Coit (left), a sophomore from Charleston High School, colors patterns on a coloring sheet during Celebrate Pride at the Rotary Room of the Charleston Carnegie Public Library on Monday afternoon.

Raine Zhu, Photographer

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Rosa Coit (left), a sophomore from Charleston High School, colors patterns on a coloring sheet during Celebrate Pride at the Rotary Room of the Charleston Carnegie Public Library on Monday afternoon.

She said she decided to attend Celebrate Pride because members of the LGBTQ community should feel included and proud to be themselves.

“I think it’s imortant to let people know that I’m supportive, and that I’m a part of the community, and that there’s a safe place where people can go away from their problems,” Coit said.