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50 Years After Stonewall

Why We Remember Stonewall

The Stonewall Inn is a sacred place for many in the LGBTQ community. Fifty years ago, a raid and series of riots outside the New York City bar helped launch a civil rights movement.

Half Moon Rising Fatima Yamaha
Spring Teen Daze
Ocean Floor Teen Daze
Rhythm Nation Janet Jackson
KJZ Photek
Hidden Camera Photek
Portrait of a Fast Moving Object Typical Sisters
To the Landing Typical Sisters
Young Folks Diana Ross & the Supremes
Love Hangover Diana Ross
Into You Ariana Grande
Break Free Ariana Grande & Zedd

Tina Dietz and Patrick Conteh at StoryCorps in Bismarck, N.D. Savannah Winchester /StoryCorps hide caption

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'She Was The Adult I Needed Growing Up': Remembering A Great-Aunt's Enduring Love

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We're From Near And Far Ending Satellites
Hollow And Ghosts Ending Satellites
Don't Leave Me This Way [Extended Version] Thelma Houston
Until The Moon Sets Octo Octa
I Need You Octo Octa
Wanted Dead or Alive Bon Jovi
You Give Love a Bad Name Bon Jovi
Run Away with Me Carly Rae Jepsen

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