50 years after Stonewall, LGBT rights are a work in progress

FILE — The Stonewall Inn in New York on July 2, 1969. On June 28, 1969, the gay bar in Greenwich Village helped change the course of LGBTQ history when a raid by the police led to a violent uprising. Here are recollections of that night from three men who were there. (Larry Morris/The New York Times) XNYT182 XNYT182

NEW YORK (AP) — They didn't set out to change history; they weren't the first LGBT Americans to mobilize against bias. Yet the June 1969 uprising by young gays, lesbians and transgender people in New York City, clashing with police near a bar called the Stonewall Inn, was a vital catalyst in expanding LGBT activism...  VIEW

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