Google is also celebrating LGBT Pride month by including rainbow flag imagery on LGBT-related search results.
This comes after the earlier Google doodle that marked what would have been the 66th birthday of Gilbert Baker, the LGBT rights activist credited with developing the rainbow flag that is now commonly associated with the LGBT community.
In 1978, Baker gathered with a group of 30 people at San Francisco’s Gay Community Center to hand-dye and sew together more than 1,000 yards of cotton to create a rainbow flag.
The Google doodle paying homage to Baker was designed by LGBT doodler Nate Swinehart. According to Google, Swinehart worked with team members who felt a personal connection to the project and wanted to “capture that same community spirit Baker treasured.”
Here’s the animated Gilbert Baker doodle featured on Google’s home page: