Apple participated in a gay parade, which took place last weekend in San Francisco, new York and Toronto. On the streets tens of thousands of sexual minorities and their sympathizers. Apple CEO Tim cook welcomed the employees who took part in the procession along the Central streets of cities.
In the gay pride parade left thousands of Apple workers — shirts in such quantities were printed especially for the event. When this column is Apple was one of the most numerous. Employees of the “Apple” of the Corporation was dressed in t-shirts with the logo of the Corporation and were carrying rainbow flags.
“Happy Parade of pride to all our employees, their families and customers worldwide. Today we are participating in #applepride in San Francisco, new York and Toronto,” wrote Tim cook in his microblog.
“The pride parade” marked the 48 th anniversary Stonewalls riots, which began on the night of 28 June 1969 in new York and the first series of spontaneous demonstrations against the oppression of the LGBT community.
Apple has supported gays. Several thousand employees and their family members marched through the streets of the cities. At the event handing out t-shirts with the corporate logo surrounded by “rainbow” colors.
Marching down Apple style! #applepride #sfpride pic.twitter.com/J8F2Jpsl0F
— Stephen Andrew (@StephenAndrewXL) 25 Jun 2017
Previously, Apple CEO Tim cook spoke in support of the law banning employment discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender (Employment Non-discrimination Act). The General Director has told about what measures are being taken serious by Apple to reduce inequality among employees. According to him, among all the companies the world the iPhone maker is one of the leading positions on the loyalty of corporate policy regarding gays and lesbians.