Readings & Panels

Bring a Rainbow Warrior reading event to your hometown. 

The Gilbert Baker Foundation offers readings and panel discussions that examine the book and celebrate the legacy of Gilbert Baker. If your organization wants to bring a foundation member to your town for an event, fill out this form and we will contact you. Please note that the hosting organization is responsible for travel and accommodation expenses. If you want to hold your own reading, contact the foundation to obtain books and discuss programming ideas. 

We also offer virtual events using Zoom and other conferencing platforms. 

 

 

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News

RIP Tom Taylor

RIP Tom Taylor

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.

GLBT MUSEUM REOPENS

GLBT MUSEUM REOPENS

We are thrilled to see our friends at the GLBT Historical Society Museum in San Francisco reopening. Members can start visiting on Thursday, Oct 1, and the public on Saturday, October 3,

Happening Now

Happening Now

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

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