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LGBT Section: Stonewall National Monument and LGBT History Tour
Stonewall is recognized as the birthplace of the modern LGBT civil rights movement. In response to police raids against the LGBT community in the summer of 1969, a weeklong uprising took place in and around the streets surrounding the Stonewall Inn bar and Christopher Park. These are considered some of the most important events in LGBT history. These demonstrations helped set the stage for the progress that has since been made on LGBT equality and the larger push for human rights and civil rights in the United States. Stonewall National Monument was created by President Obama in 2016. Join fellow Sundancers for a guided tour of the monument and nearby LGBT historic sites led by Tatiana Orlov, Senior Program Manager for National Parks Conservation Association. Learn how the monument was created and what you can do help ensure its legacy. The walking tour should last 60-75 minutes. We'll meet for lunch before or a snack afterwards--time and location TBD. ________________________________________ Leader: John Kashwick[masked] [masked] Co-leader: Jonathan Wall[masked] [masked] Primary Contact: Leader ________________________________________ Location: Stonewall National Monument, Greenwich Village. We will meet outside Christopher Park just across the street from the Stonewall Inn on Christopher Street. ________________________________________ Distance: ~ 1 miles Group Limit: 7 ________________________________________ Equipment: Comfortable walking shoes. Costs: None, but donation to NPCA or Stonewall National Monument is encouraged. Reservation: Required. This event is offered jointly with Sundance Outdoor Adventure Society. ________________________________________ Travel By: By subway, take the Broadway 1 Line - 7th Avenue local to Christopher Street-Sheridan Square Station; or via the 7th Avenue bus line on the M8 or M20. From Jersey City, take the Holland Tunnel to Ericsson Pl, via exit 3, then take the Avenue of the Americas north to Christopher Street. From Brooklyn take the Manhattan Bridge to Canal Street, then take the Avenue of the Americas north to Christopher Street. ________________________________________ Weather: If it rains, bring an umbrella. Contact leaders with questions (text or email preferred). Location: New York, NY For more information: Contact: John Kashwick Phone:[masked] Email: [masked]

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