We honor the powerful, creative, inspirational struggle for liberation waged by LGBTQ++ people and their allies for many, many decades (including before Stonewall).

On June 28, 1969, members of the LGBTQ community resisted a discriminatory police raid at the Stonewall Inn in New York City. The ensuing rebellion lasted five nights and served as a galvanizing moment for the community to unite and spark a global movement for liberation and LGBTQ rights. Black, Latinx and white transwomen played key leadership roles in that early movement, though they have often been overlooked.

The movement continues, including increasing efforts to lift up marginalized voices within and without!

By Andy Mager


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