LGBT Pride Parade
Pride in New York City

People involved in both the Stonewall Riots in 1969 and the first ever gay pride march in 1970 explain the importance of the march. They explain that the demonstration, beginning on Christopher Street in New York City, helped to commemorate the riots and spark more political action in the gay community. Also, they remember the atmosphere of the historical protests, as well as the bravery and emotions that took over the streets of New York that day.

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Submitted by: Sarah Dejak
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