Sam Champion profiles Gilbert Baker and documents the recent discovery of the original rainbow flag and its return to San Francisco.
The move overturns the Trump administration's effective ban on Pride flags.
It is with the deepest sorrow that the Gilbert Baker Foundation acknowledges the passing of Tom Taylor on October 20. Tom was known in the halls of government and throughout the city as the “keeper of the Rainbow Flag“ located at Harvey Milk Plaza.
Join us virtually for the 2020 Gilbert Baker Film Festival featuring films and shorts from around the world. The festival takes place in Gilbert’s hometown of Parsons, Kansas but will be broadcast through ZOOM
Mark Rennie, legendary San Francisco photographer and nightlife impresario recalls his decades long friendship and collaboration with Gilbert Baker.
TELL YOUR GILBERT STORY
The Foundation wants to hear your story. Tell us how you have been personally affected by the Rainbow Flag. SIMPLY FILL OUT THE FORM – we’d love to hear about it.
PARTNER WITH US
There are numerous branding opportunities available by working with us. Corporate and grass-roots groups alike are sponsoring special products, projects and events that showcase the Rainbow Flag and celebrate the legacy of Gilbert Baker. We welcome your ideas!
LANDMARKING HARVEY MILK PLAZA
Read the Gilbert Baker Foundation Statement on Flags at Harvey Milk Plaza