Use of the rainbow flag by the gay community began in 1978 when it first appeared in the San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Freedom Day Parade. Borrowing symbolism from the hippie movement and black civil rights groups, artist Gilbert Baker designed the rainbow flag.  Baker designed a flag with eight stripes. According to Baker, those colors represented, respectively: sexuality, life, healing, sun, nature, art, harmony, and spirit. Baker dyed and sewed the material for the first flag himself.

Only One Way To Treat Gays and Lesbians: With Respect

Use of the rainbow flag by the gay community began in 1978 when it first appeared in the San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Freedom Day Parade. Borrowing symbolism from the hippie movement and black civil rights groups, artist Gilbert Baker designed the rainbow flag. Baker designed a flag with eight stripes. According to Baker, those colors represented, respectively: sexuality, life, healing, sun, nature, art, harmony, and spirit. Baker dyed and sewed the material for the first flag himself.

In 1956 Ernie Barnes (1938-2009) visited the North Carolina Museum of Art while on a field trip; when he inquired of a docent where he might find the museum’s collection of works by Black artists, he was told “Your people don’t express themselves that way.” Barnes would develop into one of America’s premier Black artists and in 1978 would return to the same museum for a successful solo exhibition of his art.  Here is "My Miss America", Barnes’ heroic depiction of Black  womanhood.

In 1956 Ernie Barnes (1938-2009) visited the North Carolina Museum of Art while on a field trip; when he inquired of a docent where he might find the museum’s collection of works by Black artists, he was told “Your people don’t express themselves that way.” Barnes would develop into one of America’s premier Black artists and in 1978 would return to the same museum for a successful solo exhibition of his art. Here is "My Miss America", Barnes’ heroic depiction of Black womanhood.

Jan Groover, Postmodern Photographer, Dies at 68 - The New York Times

Jan Groover, Postmodern Photographer, Dies at 68

Pencil drawing by Russian artist Denis Chernov # Russian artist Denis Chernov was born in 1978 in Ukraine. He lives and works in Kharkov after graduating from Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts in 2004. Most of Denis Chernov’s artworks are kept in private collections in Ukraine, Russia, Italy, England, Spain, Greece, France, USA, Canada, and Japan

Pencil drawing by Russian artist Denis Chernov # Russian artist Denis Chernov was born in 1978 in Ukraine. He lives and works in Kharkov after graduating from Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts in 2004. Most of Denis Chernov’s artworks are kept in private collections in Ukraine, Russia, Italy, England, Spain, Greece, France, USA, Canada, and Japan

Bruce Lee sketching on the set for Game of Death.

The Treasures of Bruce Lee: unseen shots of the life and work of the martial arts star - in pictures

I didn't ask for 1978 . I minded my own life and I really suggest you mind yours ....Those pictures I made . For once out my whole life you fuckers from my past really in all truth haven't got one thing what so ever at all any form of control of that stuff. Hahaha HA! HAA! HAA!!! Haaaa!:

I didn't ask for 1978 . I minded my own life and I really suggest you mind yours ....Those pictures I made . For once out my whole life you fuckers from my past really in all truth haven't got one thing what so ever at all any form of control of that stuff. Hahaha HA! HAA! HAA!!! Haaaa!:

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