Google Doodle: Google's animated doodle created in memory of Marsha P. Johnson, know who was Marsha P. Johnson
Hello friends, Google is remembering Queen Marsha P. Johnson today through her doodle on 30 June 2020, LGBTQ, which has always voiced for gay rights and declared herself a “drag queen.” Marsha P. Johnson was also a lawyer who fought for gay rights. Let me tell you that Google has put an animated photo of Marsha P. Johnson in its doodle, which looks quite spectacular.
Know about Marsha P. Johnson:
Marsha P. Johnson was born on 24 August 1945 in Elizabeth, New Jersey to McCallum Michaels Jr. After passing high school in 1963, she moved to Greenwich Village in New York where is a cultural center for gay people.
Here he legally named himself Marsha P. Johnson. The ‘P’ in the middle of his name was allegedly for the reactions of those who questioned his gender.
Marsha P. Johnson also called an AIDS activist:
Marsha P. Johnson has also done many commendable works to fight dangerous diseases like AIDS. She was also an AIDS worker. First, the AIDS patient was seen with an inferiority complex. In such a situation, Marsha P. Johnson worked to tell people that we should not treat AIDS patients with an inferiority complex, this is a disease that can happen to anyone.
Marsha P. Johnson Announces Making of Google Doodle Statue:
Announced plans to erect statues of Johnson and Rivera in New York, Greenwich Village in 2019. It will be one of the first monuments in the world to honor transgender people. Let me tell you that today Marsha P. Johnson’s Google Doodle was depicted by guest artist Rab Gilliam of Los Angeles.