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By Ivette Feliciano, Zachary Green
During the era of 1969’s Stonewall Riots, police raids against LGBTQ establishments were common. But when Stonewall patrons fought back, the modern gay rights movement was launched. On Stonewall’s 50th anniversary, Judy Woodruff gets perspective from Reverend Emma Chattin, activist…
By Courtney Norris
On a June night in 1969, patrons of a New York City gay bar called the Stonewall Inn battled with police and set in motion the modern movement for gay rights. Fifty years later, the milestone anniversary of the event…
By John Yang, Kira Wakeam
The world of YA is “finally giving LGBTQ+ teens the literature they deserve," New York Public Library’s manager of young adult programs said.
By Elizabeth Flock
The 1969 police raid at Stonewall Inn in New York City was a watershed moment in LGBTQ history. After years of police harassment and mistreatment, the bar’s patrons fought back. As part of the NewsHour’s coverage of the 50th anniversary,…
By Associated Press
Commissioner James O'Neill said Thursday that "the actions taken by the NYPD were wrong" at the gay bar in New York City's Greenwich Village.
By Omar Etman, Daniel Moritz-Rabson
On Sunday, hours after 50 people were killed in a shooting in a gay club in Orlando, the LGBT community and its allies gathered to pay tribute at The Stonewall Inn.
By Mark Segal
I’m not sure who “Stonewall” was made for. It wasn’t made for young LGBT people seeking good LGBT history, nor for a community who wishes to see its history portrayed with dignity and respect, and without perpetuating stereotypes and old…
Gay Rights Advocates Score Supreme Court Victories on Same-Sex Marriage…
How Will Obama Address Economy, Equality and Partisanship in Second Term?…
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