The 49th annual San Francisco Pride parade saw clashes between demonstrators and the police on Sunday. At least 12 protesters sat in the street, bandaged, blocking the way to protest police and corporate involvement, including Google.
A list of demands spread on Twitter called for "no companies in pride", an allusion to Google's sponsorship of the parade, which some company employees protested in a petition weeks before the event.
Critics have cited examples of hate speech against LGBTQ people who are circulating on YouTube and other Google platforms.
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In a letter to the board of the Pride Parade last Wednesday, a group of 1
The list of demands also contained provisions against the law enforcement, calling for "no police within the Pride parade and no police presence at any Pride celebration, demonstration or demonstration." The police system supports the predominance of whites, the heteropatriarchy , the binaries of the sexes and the capitalist rule. "
The San Francisco The police participated in the parade, which was attended by an estimated 1 million people. She dedicated cruisers and vehicles adorned with rainbow-colored flags and lettering and posted photos on Twitter titled "#SFPD rolls # Pride2019! #SafetyWithRespect."  However, groups of demonstrators with rainbow-colored hoses to connect the weapons and block the streets sang "Stonewall wa sa riot" about the 1969 police and LGBTQ community clash in a bar in New York York City, which started the modern LGBTQ movement and celebrated its 50th anniversary this year.
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The movement lasted about an hour before the roads were cleared. The SFPD said in a statement that two people were arrested during the parade after "protesters pulled down barricades and thrown water bottles at officers."
There were pride events all over the country on Sunday. In New York City, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a law that prevents people who attack or kill a gay person in the state from panicking about their victim's sexuality.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.