This is how the White House celebrated the Supreme Court’s ruling

Same-sex marriage is a nationwide right, and these landmarks are making sure you know.


Ramon Ramirez


Published Jun 27, 2015   Updated May 28, 2021, 11:34 am CDT

Following the historic U.S. Supreme Court ruling that allows same-sex couples in every state to marry, the Internet on Friday was overrun with cultural symbolism that celebrated the change: From Kool-Aid to Uber, corporate America took defiant toasts in favor of marriage equality, and timelines were stuffed.

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Not to be outdone by brands, the White House joined in and was lit in rainbow colors to celebrate the SCOTUS decision Friday beginning at sunset.

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Hundreds of onlookers reportedly gathered to celebrate.

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And across America, the rainbow colors decorated landmarks for instant iconography.

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Photo via CNN/Twitter

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*First Published: Jun 27, 2015, 12:31 am CDT