Administration, faculty and students marched, drove and waved rainbow colored flags in the air, with rainbow letters spelling out CCSF on their chests to represent City College during the annual Pride parade on Sunday June 26.
The contingent paraded in white and red low riders from Spear to Market Street with hundreds of other decorative floats as part of the annual festivities.
Interim Chancellor Susan Lamb, Board of Trustees members Rafael Mandelman, Alex Randolph and Thea Selby all waved to the crowd with smiles from the back of a car, while faculty members accompanying them on foot handed flyers to the crowd to help promote classes struggling with enrollment.
Faculty members from the Interdisciplinary Department disciplines such as Women’s Studies and Middle East Studies were also on hand, holding their own signs to show the diversity for the college.
Toward the end of the parade, the college showed their support with their signs that read “We Stand With Orlando” as the marchers and the floats parted.
San Francisco’s annual Pride parade is held annually on the final Sunday of June.