Remembering Seneca Falls, Selma And Stonewall

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Sally McMillen, professor of history, Davidson College
Clayborne Carson, professor of history, Stanford University
Frank Browning, author of A Queer Geography: Journeys Toward a Sexual Self

In his second inaugural address, the president surprised many listeners by mentioning Stonewall in the same breath as Seneca Falls and Selma — giving the struggle for gay rights the historical weight of the fights for gender and racial equality.

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