In the United States died the Creator of the rainbow LGBT flag
American artist and activist Gilbert Baker died at the age of 65 years.
American artist and activist Gilbert Baker, who created the symbol of the LGBT movement (the rainbow flag) died on the 66th year of living in the US, reports Reuters.
Details about the cause and circumstances of death are not yet available.
Baker designed the rainbow flag (also known as the pride flag or the flag of freedom) for the city’s gay pride in 1978.
The flag is used in public gay actions, hung out in gay neighborhoods, LGBT organizations, gay-friendly establishments.