Google Logo Celebrating Pride : 50 Years

Jun 4, 2019 • 7:16 am | comments (2) by twitter | Filed Under Logos
 

Today on Google's home page is a video Google Doodle from Google for Celebrating 50 Years Of Pride within the LGBTQ+ community.

The Google Doodle takes you through a slideshow of five decades of Pride history:

1969:

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1979:

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1989:

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1999:

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2009:

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2019:

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Google wrote:

Today's slideshow Doodle celebrates 50 years of Pride by taking us through five decades of Pride history - all told through the lens of a growing, evolving, and international Pride parade!

Below, Doodler Nate Swinehart shares more on the making-of today's Doodle, as well as what the project means to him.

The Pride Parade is a symbol of celebration and liberation for the entire LGBTQ+ community. From its early days of activism on Christopher Street in New York City, to the worldwide celebrations of today, it has empowered and given voice to a bright and vibrant community.

In celebrating 50 years of Pride, my coworker Cynthia Cheng first had the idea to depict the parade itself and show it growing in size and momentum across the decades.

Also when you do relevant queries - you get this banner under the search box:

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