Stonewall: The Riots that Sparked the Gay Revolution
by David Carter
In Memory Of
Music Composed by
Associate Producer and Advisor
Recreation Still Photography
Additional Still Photography
Kitama Seeger Jackson
Additional Animation and Effects
Alexandra Meryash Nikolchev
Post Production Facility
Post Production Producer
Assistant Sound Editor
Audio Mix Assistant
Audio Mix Facility
Dig It Audio, Inc.
J. Michael Grey
Leroy S. Mobley
Alfredo del Rio
Archival Still and Motion Images Courtesy of
BBC Worldwide Americas
National History Archive, LGBT Community Center
Lynn and Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Image Archives
MacDonald & Associates
National Archives and Records Administration
NBC News Archives
Barbara Gittings and Kay Tobin Lahusen Gay History Papers and Photographs, Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations
Diana Davies Photographs, Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations
The New York Times / Redux Pictures
Oddball Film + Video, San Francisco
"Daybreak Express" by D.A. Pennebaker courtesy of Pennebaker Hegedus Films
Lilli M. Vincenz
WPA Film Library
Sophie Cabott Black
Geordie, Liam and Theo Gude
In the Life
Lester Senior Housing Community, Jewish Community Housing Corporation
John van Hoesen
The Laramie Project Cast at The Calhoun School
The Underground Lounge
Marketing and Communications
James E. Dunford
A Q-Ball Productions film for AMERICAN EXPERIENCE
WGBH Educational Foundation
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