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Rainbows of pride fill San Francisco streets

Thousands took to San Francisco’s Market Street to march in the 48th annual Pride Parade on Sunday. Friends, families and strangers alike came together, bedecked in rainbows of pride, in support of LGBTQ rights. Many thousands of people filed along  the barricades of Market Street to watch as performers, floats and LGBTQ supporters  marched from the intersection of Market and Beale Street to Civic Center.

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Francisco, a French Bulldog/Boston Terrier mix, stands on the back of the PG&E float before the Pride March down Market Street in San Francisco, Calif. on Sunday, June 24, 2018. (Brittany Hosea-Small/Special to The Examiner)




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