In this guide, I’m going to show you the basic steps necessary to start an LGBTQ+ Employee Resource Group at your company. I’ll be utilizing information I’ve gathered online, as well as my own past experiences and interviews with a few industry experts!
I’ve scoured the internet to try and compile the largest list of LGBTQ+ flags I could find. I present to you, the single largest list of 42 LGBTQ+ flags!
What started as a Kickstarter campaign back in June 2018 by Daniel Quasar has become a movement to shift the LGBTQ+ spotlight on the under-represented trans, people of color, and HIV/AIDS communities.
For many, the six-color pride flag is a recognizable symbol for LGBTQ+ pride and identity. For some, though, that feeling of inclusion and representation has fallen short. If the #BLM movement has taught us anything, it’s that our black and brown friends and family are facing challenges that their white siblings are not.
Gilbert Baker, a political activist, designer & flag-maker, created the Rainbow Flag in 1978. Born in Kansas in 1951, Gilbert became a medic in the United States Army (1970 – 1972). His military career would bring him to San Francisco, where he would make his home while using his artistic abilities to fuel his passionContinue reading “(A Brief) History of the LGBTQ+ Flag”