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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg attends Omaha’s Pride festival
OMAHA, Neb. —
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg visited Omaha on Saturday.
Zuckerberg was seen attending the Heartland Pride Festival at Stinson Park, where he met with Mayor Jean Stothert, representatives of the Nebraska AIDS Project and Wells Fargo Bank, among others.
“Of course we ran up and tried to get a picture with him and talk to him,” Nebraska Furniture Mart vendor Joe DeSanti said.
Stothert, according to her spokesperson, talked with Zuckerberg for about 10 minutes about his first-ever visit to the state. She mentioned a few places to see, including the Old Market.
“Until recently, the Nebraska constitution banned gay marriage,” he wrote in a post on — you guessed it — Facebook. “Omaha is more welcoming, but we still have a long way to go. Happy Pride to everyone celebrating this weekend in Omaha and across the country.”
The visit comes months after Zuckerberg announced he would challenge himself to visit around 30 states this year to “learn new things and grow outside of my work.”
Heartland Pride President David Kerr says Zuckerberg’s support sends a big message.
“That’s hugely validating for the work that we’re doing, it’s incredible to lift up what we’re doing to that level,” Kerr said.
Kerr told KETV that the billionaire played a game of Jenga, met some drag queens, shook many hands and took many photos.
“He was super interested to meet people in the community and hear about what they’re doing in and around Omaha, and he had a lot of good follow-up questions and seemed really sincere,” Kerr said.
In recent days, Zuckerberg visited a number of small Iowa towns, including Walcott, home of the World’s Largest Truckstop.