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Thu June 8, 2017

Gilbert Baker Memorial Celebration

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Join San Francisco's LGBTQ community in a celebration of the life of Gilbert Baker, a beloved artist, visionary, activist, and self-described "Gay Betsy Ross" who in 1978 hand-dyed and stitched together eight strips of vibrantly colored fabric into a rainbow flag, instantly creating an enduring international symbol of gay pride.
Admission is free, but please register for tickets here on Eventbrite. Consider donating to the Gilbert Baker Fund in order to continue Gilbert's vision and advocacy. For more information, visit http://diversitysf.org/give/.
Join San Francisco's LGBTQ community in a celebration of the life of Gilbert Baker, a beloved artist, visionary, activist, and self-described "Gay Betsy Ross" who in 1978 hand-dyed and stitched together eight strips of vibrantly colored fabric into a rainbow flag, instantly creating an enduring international symbol of gay pride.
Admission is free, but please register for tickets here on Eventbrite. Consider donating to the Gilbert Baker Fund in order to continue Gilbert's vision and advocacy. For more information, visit http://diversitysf.org/give/.
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Castro Theatre 1 Upcoming Events
429 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA 94114

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