On June 15, 2003, volunteers reach the Atlantic Ocean carrying a 1.25-mile-long rainbow flag down Duval Street in Key West. The mammoth banner was created by Gilbert Baker, who developed the flag symbol in 1978.
On June 15, 2003, volunteers reach the Atlantic Ocean carrying a 1.25-mile-long rainbow flag down Duval Street in Key West. The mammoth banner was created by Gilbert Baker, who developed the flag symbol in 1978. Andy Newman Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau
On June 15, 2003, volunteers reach the Atlantic Ocean carrying a 1.25-mile-long rainbow flag down Duval Street in Key West. The mammoth banner was created by Gilbert Baker, who developed the flag symbol in 1978. Andy Newman Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau

Key West remembers Gilbert Baker, creator of rainbow flag

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