Landmark Stonewall Inn Is Saved From Closure Amidst COVID-19

The Stonewall Inn, announced that they were potentially going to have to permanently close its doors. Due to COVID-19 health and safety restrictions, the prominent gay bar was struggling to stay afloat.
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Kyle Bruce

How a 20-Year Old Turned an Act of Hate Into a Rural Town's First Pride...In 3 Weeks

The best way to combat hate is with love and we can't find a better example of that than 20-year old Kyle Bruce . Bruce founded Small Town Pride in Rural Ohio three weeks ago after an act of hate was committed against his home and vehicle. He responded by founding and organizing the town's first...
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Betty Who

Betty Who Shares Why We Must Move Past Being Performative on Social Media

Australian singer and queer icon, Betty Who, joined Let's Go There not only to discuss the power of Pride but also to discuss how to navigate social media in a time when we can fall into the trap of being performative rather than impactful.
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On 51st Anniversary Of Uprising, Stonewall Inn Faces Possible Closure

Hundreds of people gathered at the landmark Stonewall Inn Saturday for a combined Pride and Black Lives Matter march—51 years after the 1969 uprising and as the legendary bar faces a risk of closing because of the coronavirus lockdown.
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Stonewall Inn Launches Fundraising Campaign to Save LGBTQ Landmark Amid Pandemic

The landmark Greenwich Village bar, Stonewall Inn, known as the birthplace of the modern gay rights movement, has launched two GoFundMe campaigns as it struggles to stay afloat after being closed for more than three months.
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Supreme Court Rules LGBT Workers Protected Under Federal Civil Rights Law

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that it is illegal for employers to fire workers because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
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Lance Bass, Pentatonix, Cyndi Lauper and More to Celebrate Pride Prom This Weekend

Former ‘American Idol’ contestant-turned Broadway talent Todrick Hall on Wednesday unveiled the list of headliners for the weekend celebration, which features Lance Bass, Cyndi Lauper, Lauren Jauregui, Pentatonix, and many others.
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Harvey Milk: The Trailblazer Who Paved the Way for LGBTQ Lawmakers

Harvey Milk ran unsuccessfully for a seat on the city’s Board of Supervisors. He ran again in 1976 and lost again. But in 1977, he won, becoming the first openly gay elected official in California and one of the first in the country.
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L.A. Pride Hands Sunday's March Over to All Black Lives Matter Group

After much back and forth, Los Angeles Pride, which is organized by Christopher Street West/LA Pride Board of Directors announced they are handing over their proposed June 14 to All Black Lives Matter.
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History of the Pride Flag: What Does Each Color Symbolize?

We dive deep into the history behind the Pride flag that we use today. Plus we explain why we have moved from the six-color pride flag to a more intersectional and inclusive flag.
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