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Protesters clashed with police on Sunday at the 49th annual San Francisco Pride parade, and at least 12 of the protesters sat in the street with their arms linked, blocking the route of the protest and the involvement of the police and the companies, such as Google.
A list of the requirements for the circulating on Twitter, demanded “not to the companies in Pride,” a nod to Google’s sponsorship of the parade route, which has a number of employees of the company, in a petition in the weeks prior to the event.
Critics have pointed to examples of hatred toward LGBTQ people, which is circulating on YouTube and other Google platforms.
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In a letter of appeal to the Pride parade and on the board of directors on Wednesday of last week, a group of 140 Google employees have asked that the parade will attract Google’s sponsorship of the event, but the board declined to do so. Disgruntled employees have chosen to organize a protest, even if Google is telling the people that it is claimed to be infringing upon the company’s communications policy and its code of conduct, in order to protest against the company while representing the brand on the parade route.
The list of demands also included provisions against the enforcement of the law, and that “no police department in the Pride Parade, and in the absence of the police at every Pride celebration, march or demonstration. The system of police, affirms white supremacy, hetero-patriarchy, gender binary, and the imperialist domination.”
The San Francisco Police Department, which took part in the parade, which drew an estimated 1 million people, and the consecration of the state, and to vehicles equipped with a rainbow-colored flags, and letters, and post pictures on Twitter with the caption: “#SFPD is starting to roll on with #Pride2019! #SafetyWithRespect”
Still, the groups of protesters, the use of the rainbow-colored pipes to link arms with each other, and the blocking of the streets, and chanted “Stonewall was a riot”, in a reference to the 1969 clash between police and members of the LGBTQ community, in a bar in New York City, which led to the beginning of the modern LGBTQ movement, and the need to mark its 50th anniversary this year.
The protesters carry signs with the LGBTQ figures in the history of New York in New York City on Sunday.
(AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
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The movement lasted for about an hour until the roads were cleared again. The SFPD said in a statement that two people were arrested during the parade, after demonstrators broke down barricades and threw water bottles at the officers.”
Pride events took place across the country on Sunday. In New York City, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a law that would bar people who have to attack or even kill a gay person in the state of the argument, they are in a panic about their victim’s sexuality.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.