Historian Marc Stein Explains Philadelphia's LGBTQ protests before Stonewall and PrideHistorians in the News
tags: Pride Month, Stonewall 50
Before the Stonewall riots, there was another — very different — group of gay and lesbian protests called the Annual Reminders in Philadelphia. Click the link below to hear Marc Stein, a professor at San Francisco State University, explain why these demonstrations are a little-known piece of LGBTQ history and how they reflected a larger cultural shift in the U.S.
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