Today in LGBTQ History :: March 8, 2017

March 8, 1970: After Stonewall, Raids Continue – The Forgotten NYC Snake Pit Bar Raid. 167 Arrested! Many people don’t realize that gay bar raids by the New York City Police Department didn’t end with the Stonewall uprising in the summer of 1969. In fact the raids continued, virtually uninterrupted with some continuing on into the late 1970’s and early 1980’s. Full story here via Back2Stonewall!

HAPPENING TODAY :: Gay Veteran Group Denied Spot in Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade


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