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In New York City on June 29, 1969, a police raid of the Stonewall Inn, a popular gay bar in the Greenwich Village neighborhood, turned violent. For several days, activists joined together outside of the Stonewall Inn to protest the police actions and rallied for the rights of the gay community. It has become known as the event which started the international LGBTQ rights movement. Pride Month, nationally recognized and celebrated in June, is a commemoration of the historic event.
History of the events held in June in honor of the 1969 Stonewall Uprising in New York City. Includes an ample "Resources" page with information sources and primary source materials.
Additional personal gender pronouns guide from the UWM's LGBTQ+ Resource Center.
Area of the American Civil Liberties Union pertaining to the rights of LGBT people and the issues they face.
Organization dedicated to ending discrimination against LGBT persons in the media and promote inclusiveness.
A national LGBTQ civil rights organization.
Organization that reports worldwide human rights issues and news.
Offers connections to the worldwide LGBTQ+ community.
National nonprofit which provides no cost legal representation to the LGBT community and to those living with HIV.
Group dedicated to mobilizing individuals to remove the barriers which LGBT persons face in their daily lives.