Stonewall Rebellion and its impact on LGBTQIA+ history

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Stonewall Rebellion and its impact on LGBTQIA+ history

Caker: Nicolau Reos

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June 24, 2020
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  1. Stonewall Rebellion and its impact on LGBTQIA+ history Nicolau Reos

  2. New York in the 60's

  3. Sodomy Laws •

  4. The Stonewall Riots Begin

  5. Early hours of June 28, 1969 Armed with a warrant,

    police officers entered the club, roughed up patrons, and, finding bootlegged alcohol, arrested 13 people, including employees and people violating the state’s gender-appropriate clothing statute. At one point, an officer hit a lesbian over the head as he forced her into the police van. She shouted to onlookers to act, inciting the crowd to begin throw pennies, bottles and other objects at the police.
  6. Stonewall's Legacy

  7. June 28, 1970: First Gay Pride parade sets off from

    Stonewall
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