Special to News is Out from the LGBT History Project. For years, people have debated what actually happened that night in June 1969 when Stonewall was raided and a new, more militant struggle for equality was born. Due to the debates, and the insistence of some who claim they knew all aspects of what had actually […]
In June 2022, it was announced that the Stonewall National Monument and Visitor’s Center would open in New York City, celebrating the work of the LGBTQ+ rights movement and the Stonewall rebellion. Nonprofit Pride Live is overseeing the project and the monument will be the “first LGBTQ+ visitor center within the National Parks System.” Here’s some information […]
In the political upheaval that is reshaping our society, including the LGBTQ+ community, there seems to be a national movement to “reclaim” Pride. This movement has taken various forms around the nation: marches being led by queer youth and people of color. Dyke and trans marches. It’s taken different shapes in multiple cities.