|An estimate of 100,000 spectators and visitors flock to San Francisco on Sunday for the 44th annual Gay Pride Parade. Thousands of people from different groups participated in the parade with signs, banners or rode on floats. (People’s Daily Online/Han Shasha)|
San Francisco, June 29 (People’s Daily Online) - Big Silicon Valley technology companies show their strong support to LBGT equal rights at Sunday’s 44th annual Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco.
An estimate of 100,000 spectators and visitors flocked to the city to watch the parade. And thousands of employees from Silicon Valley based companies like Apple, Facebook, Google and Tesla wore the t-shirts with company logos and marched through downtown to the city hall with signs, banners or rode on corporate floats. It is reported that 4,000 employees from Apple Inc. participated in the parade, which made it one of the largest presents at the gala.