When a rainbow appears, people often take a moment to look at it.
It’s also a symbol used to represent inclusivity and acceptance for the 2SLGBTQ+ community.
That is exactly why students from the St. Elias Community School in Haines Junction, Yukon, decided to paint one in front of the community’s convention centre.
Sara Monique Chanona is a teacher at the school.
She says her class was talking about marginalized people in society, and wanted to do something to make the community a more safe and inclusive place.
“One of the students said we should have a pride poster,” Chanona said.
“Another one said “we had one and it got torn down.”
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