LGBTQ employees within Google are petitioning San Francisco Pride to kick the company from its official festivities this weekend. “[We] urge you to revoke Google’s sponsorship of Pride 2019, and exclude Google from representation in the San Francisco Pride Parade on June 30th, 2019,” reads a Medium post with the full petition, posted to the site on Tuesday. The name includes close to 100 signatures of employees […]
We are honored, and humbled, by the support of all of these great activists, who have inspired us and done more for our community than we could ever hope to.
And a special shout out to @CleveJones1, we are thrilled!
— Ban Google From Pride (@NoPrideForGoog) June 27, 2019
Good morning! More Googlers have signed our petition, and we're happy to have every one of them join us. We're keeping the pressure on. We've got some great things planned. Stay tuned! Stay safe! Stay Loved!#NoPrideInYT #lgbtq #Pride2019
— Ban Google From Pride (@NoPrideForGoog) June 28, 2019