December 13, 2019

See 100 years of LGBTQ history mapped across New York City


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The liberation motion has developed in parks, factories, and dance halls—in secret and in the starting up.


ByRyan WilliamsandRosemary Wardley


This memoir appears to be like in the
June 2019dispute of
National Geographicjournal.

STONEWALL INN, 1969—When lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, transgender, and uncommon (LGBTQ) folk resisted a police raid at this Greenwich Village tavern, they brought a rising liberation motion to light. This day, LGBTQ cultural lifestyles in Novel York City is extra visible than ever, and researchers are reconstructing its hidden history. To construct a map of nightlife, Jeff Ferzoco of the ventureOUTgoing NYCscoured libraries and picked up deepest anecdotes to search out the set up folk could presumably well meet brazenly or in secret.

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