Sunday June 24, 2018 9:15 pm PDT by Joe Rossignol
Apple this weekend participated in the annual San Francisco Pride Parade, as part of its longstanding support of the LGBTQ community. Photo: Trey Forgety Apple's CEO Tim Cook, environmental chief Lisa Jackson, and health and fitness director Jay Blahnik were among the many Apple employees who marched in the parade, wearing Pride-themed t-shirts with rainbow-colored Apple logos. Happy Pride to the Apple employees marching today in San Francisco and to everyone celebrating #Pride2018 across the country! pic.twitter.com/UUoZDAWjnC— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) June 24, 2018 Apple also had a dedicated area at One Market Plaza where people could leave their signature or a message, take Animoji photos, and more. #applepride pic.twitter.com/c4r8q2jrvw— Lisa P. Jackson (@lisapjackson) June 24, 2018 #applepride pic.twitter.com/rvq0oqpeP3— Bill Zhao (@cybermaster) June 24, 2018 Apple has been celebrating Pride throughout the month of June, introducing a new Pride-themed Apple Watch band and watch face at WWDC. The company routinely supports laws that protect LGBTQ rights, and opposes laws that discriminate. Note: All forum members and site visitors are welcome to read and follow this thread, but commenting is limited to forum members with at least 100 posts.