on the 43rd Anniversary of Stonewall
THURSDAY, JUNE 28 - 4:00PM
No Admission Charge
Donations to EQUAL-KC Welcomed at the Door
Stonewall Uprising is a remarkable film and a joyous celebration of the courageous men and women who, perhaps unbeknownst to them, started the fight for LGBT equality that we continue today.
It was the early morning hours of June 28th, 1969 when the NYPD traveled into Greenwich Village to raid the Stonewall Inn and arrest gay patrons in the neighborhood bar. These raids were routine and in fact, not uncommon at even the Stonewall Inn, but on this particular day something was different.
Whether it was brought on by the funeral of Judy Garland earlier in the day as many have speculated or whether it was just the final straw, on that day and in that bar, gay people said no more and stood up to police oppression. On that day a movement was born
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