Remembering the anti-homophobia Stonewall uprising


This video says about itself:

28 June 2016

What we know as “Gay Pride” now was born 47 years ago today at the Stonewall Inn, after the NYPD raided the popular LGBTQI bar in New York City. This raid sparked an uprising that would mark the beginning of the modern LGBT movement. Today we remember those who fought for their rights at Stonewall, and all of those who continue in the struggle for justice and equality.

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