Marsha P Johnson, gay rights activist and one of the most prominent figures known to be a the 1969 Stonewall uprising, has been honoured today with a Google Doodle today.
The doodle depicts Johnson in all her colorful, flower-in-hair, bright-red-lipstick glory.
The company said it chose June 30th to honour Johnson as it will be the first anniversary since she was posthumously honorred as a grand marshal during WorldPride in New York.
“Thank you, Marsha P. Johnson, for inspiring people everywhere to stand up for the freedom to be themselves,” Google wrote.
Google.org will also donate $500,000 to the Marsha P. Johnson Institute, the company said. The institute, which launched last year, will continue the work Johnson started, advocating for and organising on behalf of the transgender community