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Gay Liberation FrontNew York, 1969"The GLF provided a voice for the newly-out and newly-radicalized gay community, and a meeting place for a number of activists who would go on to form other groups..."Out HistoryGLF Wiki
Stonewall RiotsNew York, 1969"...a series of protests by members of the gay community in response to a police raid that began in the early morning hours of June 28, 1969, at the Stonewall Inn in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Lower Manhattan in New York City."Stonewall WikiPBSHistory ChannelZinn Education Project
S.T.A.R.New York, 1970Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries "...a gay, gender non-conforming and transvestite street activist organization founded in 1970 by Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson."New York HistorySTAR Wiki
Gay Liberation Social and Political Movement"...the most basic form of activism was an emphasis on coming out to family, friends, and colleagues, and living life as an openly lesbian or gay person."Brief History of Social MovementsLiberation WikiList of Activists by Country
Lavender MenaceNew York, 1970" informal group of lesbian radical feminists formed to protest the exclusion of lesbians and their issues from the feminist movement at the Second Congress to Unite Women..."Lesbian LiberationNYC Historic SiteWiki
Society for Human RightsChicago, 1924" American LGBT rights organization... A few months after being chartered, the group ceased to exist in the wake of the arrest of several of the Society's members. Despite its short existence and small size, the Society has been recognized as a precursor to the modern gay liberation movement."The Legacy ProjectChicago LGBT HoFSociety Wiki