Sunday, June 28, the U.S. hosted the annual “Parade of pride” (Pride Parade), held by the representatives of sexual minorities. On this day, thousands of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community marched through the streets of new York, San Francisco, Seat tle and other cities. The event was attended by the employees of Apple.
The head of the “fruit” of the Corporation Tim cook and 8000 Apple employees with their family members marched through the streets of San Francisco. At the event handing out t-shirts with the logo of the Corporation surrounded by a “rainbow” colors. Column the Apple was the most numerous – to support the LGBT community from Cupertino has released more employees than any other company.
“Had fun with 8000 Apple employees, friends and family. Everyone a happy Pride parade,” wrote Tim cook in his microblog. The action was also attended by Vice President of worldwide product marketing at Apple, Phil Schiller and Vice-President on ecology Lisa Jackson.
“Pride parade” marked the 45 anniversary Stonevalley riots that began on the night of June 28, 1969 in new York and became the first in a series of spontaneous demonstrations against the oppression of the LGBT community. In San Francisco in the annual parade was attended by the city officials, local politicians and law enforcement officials.
Apple’s official YouTube channel has posted the video on the event. The video continues with a new single, “Different Colors” music band Walk The Moon.