Hundreds of people gathered in San Francisco’s Castro District Friday night to mourn the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and pay homage to her impact on the LGBTQ community.
Within hours of the justice’s death, people took to the street in the heart of the Castro.
San Francisco Supervisor Rafael Mandelman helped put the vigil together.
“That spot at Castro and Market is a place where the community gathers in good times and bad,” Mandelman said. “Anything of significance that happens tends to generate some kind of vigil, rally, march or celebration at Castro and Market.”