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07/06/24

Author: Alex Cooper

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PeopleImages.com – Yuri A/ShutterstockThis week’s answer is: June 27-28, 1969. The Stonewall riots, in which patrons of a New York City bar that catered to LGBTQ+ people, rose up against police harassment and societal oppression, is generally credited with starting the modern queer rights movement.

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