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Celebrating Pride: Google Celebrates 50 Years of Pride with a Slideshow Doodle

Today, with the creative Doodle based on Cynthia Cheng's idea, Google takes a quick look throughout the 50 years history of Pride.

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Celebrating 50 years of Pride - Image Credit: Google Doodle

Celebrating 50 years of Pride - Image Credit: Google Doodle

LIFESTYLE - EDITORIAL

by Beren Dere

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June has a special meaning for the LBGTQ+ community. The tradition of Pride Month, which was first organized by Brenda Howard, known as "Mother of Pride," has been going on for 50 years. Pride Month, which has organized to honor the 1969 Stonewall riots in Manhattan, has been nationally and internationally recognized and has become a symbol of the LBGTQ+ community.

The Google Doodle design team, including Cynthia Cheng, Nate Swinehart, and Erich Nagler, is celebrating 50 years of Pride with their colorful and meaningful design.

Nate Swinehart and Erich Nagler, who saw the 'Celebrating 50 years of Pride' Doodle as a personal project, took the idea of ​​Cynthia Cheng and combined it with the LBGTQ+ community's unifying philosophy. The Doodle released today is symbolizing the five decades of the Pride, and tell the story of the step-by-step growth of the LBGTQ+ community.