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Apple CEO Tim Cook isn't afraid to be a corporate activist
For San Francisco's 44th annual Gay Pride parade on June 29th, , more than 5, Apple employees and family members descended on the city to march with the company in support of the LGBT community. Employees were given special t-shirts for the event, and even Apple CEO Tim Cook attended, taking numerous photos with Apple employees and fans, many of which were posted to Twitter. Apple has a long history of LGBT inclusion, having offered healthcare and other benefits to domestic partners for many years, plus banning internal discrimination against gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender employees.. More recently, Cook wrote an op-ed piece in The Wall Street Journal , urging Congress to pass the Employment Nondiscrimination Act, which would have prohibited most civilian, nonreligious employers from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity for the purposes of hiring or other employment practices. In the piece, Cook said that if workers "cannot be themselves in the workplace, they certainly cannot be their best selves," noting that society and employers are then denied "the full benefit of those individuals' talents.
Happy Pride to the Apple employees marching today in San Francisco and to everyone celebrating Pride across the country! I keep wondering what Apple is actually doing these days. Little work, lots of pride, and a bunch of pissed off customers in its wake. Cook would be a better activist than CEO of a multi billion dollar company.