#ApplePride hits San Francisco
Apple has taken to the streets of San Francisco to celebrate pride day. Tim Cook, Apple's CEO is on hand at the festivities, as are other members of Apple management, and over 5000 employees, family members. and friends. If you're there, grab an iTunes Gift Card. If you're not, you can still follow Apple's historic walk via #ApplePride on your favorite social network.
This follows Apple's support for employment nondiscrimination earlier this year, and their raising of the rainbow flag and giving out rainbow Apple t-shirts and pride@apple caps earlier this week.
Again, great to see a company put their actions where their values are.
Congrats to 5000 Apple employees/families who attended today's Pride parade.Inclusion inspires innovation.#applepride pic.twitter.com/4DncX8F6fOCongrats to 5000 Apple employees/families who attended today's Pride parade.Inclusion inspires innovation.#applepride pic.twitter.com/4DncX8F6fO— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) June 29, 2014June 29, 2014
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