SF fog welcomes pink triangle

  • by BAR staff
  • Wednesday June 12, 2024
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Photo: Bill Wilson
Photo: Bill Wilson

It was a foggy morning on Saturday, June 8, when volunteers, elected officials, SF Pride officials and community grand marshals, and others gathered atop Twin Peaks for the pink triangle installation ceremony. Members of the renamed San Francisco Pride Band (the city's official band that changed its San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band moniker this month) performed, while speakers included Mayor London Breed and LGBTQ leaders. Pink triangle co-founder Patrick Carney said the installation will remain up until Sunday, June 30.

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