Dozens of Berkeley residents joined the thousands of people marching Sunday in the San Francisco Pride March, which organizers said may have been the largest yet. Berkeley entered its first official float for the parade, which was decorated with replicas of well-know Berkeley landmarks, like the Campanile, and LGBTQI2-S cultural landmarks and organizations, like The Pacific Center, White Horse Inn, and Steamworks. Stefen, a Berkeley artist and muralist, designed and built the float.
Numerous city councilmembers donated funds from their office accounts to pay for the float, with Kriss Worthington donating close to $1,000. Worthington, Darryl Moore, and Jesse Arreguín also marched in the parade.
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