News Display: Stonewall Riot
- Everett Library Cafe
- 6/28/2013, 9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
the early morning hours of June 28, 1969 police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay
club located on Christopher Street in the West Village of New York City which
was operating without a liquor license. Riots erupted in the gay community that
night and in the following days, spurring the formation of the Gay Liberation
Front and other GLBT civil rights organizations. The Stonewall Riot is
considered the first major protest for equal rights of gay people.
See here for CU Libraries exhibition, The Stonewall Riot and Its Aftermath, originally on display from at Columbia University's Butler Library, in commemoration of 25th anniversary of the gay and lesbian rights movement.
The Everett Cafe features educational news displays on a wide range of topics, in addition to daily postings of headlines from around the world.
In addition be sure to see Celebrating TC: 125 Days, showcasing one interesting story per day about Teachers College in the news. Through Friday, July 26th.
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- Jennifer Govan