SOURCE: NBC News
by John Paul Brammer
Three years before the Stonewall riots, Julius' Bar in New York City made gay history. Listen to the story of Dick Leitsch, the man who was denied service for being gay in this very bar in 1966 in what has come to be known as the historic "Sip-In."
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