Pantone’s color of the year is connected to LGBTQ rights
Karin Rowland, chief campaigns officer for UltraViolet, said in a phone call Thursday that Pantone’s choice is more than timely.
“The color has a lot of resonance now,” she said, referring to the fight for women’s equality and issues about sexual assault and harassment.
Before Fox News fired longtime host Bill O’Reilly earlier this year, the group protested at company headquarters. The demonstrators’ signs included the signature ultra violet hue — highlighting the word “sexual predator.”