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Mayor London Breed Kicks Off Pride Month In San Francisco With Flag Raising Ceremony At City Hall

San Francisco Mayor London Breed had announced the reopening of City Hall after it remained shut for 15 months. On Monday, the city hall reopened and Breed used the occasion to kick off Pride Month with the flag-raising ceremony. Moreover, she said, “After a long year for our City, we are honored to commemorate the 51st Pride Month celebration in San Francisco, which embodies the strength of the LGBTQ community and our City’s commitment to LGBTQ rights and equality. The day also marks the first day that we are opening the doors to City Hall to public services that had been offered remotely during the pandemic. This is a great day to celebrate both our pride for our City and for the LGBTQ community.”

London Breed Pride Month

Source: University of San Francisco

Mayor London Breed Is Thrilled To Participate In Pride

This year’s Pride month celebrations will not be the same as every year due to the pandemic. Since the situation has improved a lot, the celebrations will include in-person gatherings as well as virtual events. Furthermore, Breed said, “I am excited to celebrate Pride in person and virtually, and to be with our diverse and wonderful LGBTQ community here in San Francisco.”

London Breed Pride Month

Source: The Guardian

Pride Month Comes At A Time When People Are Optimistic And Positive

Last year, everything seemed dull in San Francisco as the coronavirus cases started going up. However, the cases have come down drastically now due to the strict restrictions and high vaccination rates. People are filled with hope and optimism and there couldn’t be a better time to celebrate Pride. Moreover, Breed talked about the same and said, “I’m thrilled to kick off Pride this year in a time of optimism and positivity, as our communities start to reopen and move past the darkness of the pandemic.”

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