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Over 85,000 daughters of Marsha P. Johnson, Ida B. Wells, Sojourner Truth and more walked in unison while marching millions of miles away from each... [Read More]
Proceeds go to the NAACP, Know Your Rights Camp, the Southern Poverty Law Center, and the Marsha P. Johnson Institute... [Read More]
A petition that had gained nearly 90,000 signatures as of Thursday morning is calling for Elizabeth's Columbus statue to be replaced with a new one... [Read More]
Johnson, an Elizabeth native, played a key role in the gay liberation movement. [Read More]
The Black trans activist, who was found dead in 1992, is best known for her role in the 1969 Stonewall uprising and for co-founding the... [Read More]
The media and activists are using revisionist history of the Stonewall Riots to fit their intersectional narrative. [Read More]
A nationwide movement is seeking to call attention to racial justice, including giving prominence to figures who didn't get widespread recognition in their time. The... [Read More]
Black transgender lives matter.  This Pride Month, it would be inappropriate to celebrate or educate ourselves about the LGBTQ+ community without recognizing... [Read More]
Anonymous sources in documentaries have often been reduced to a shadowy, voice-distorted figure - or worse, a pixelated blur. But a new documentary... [Read More]
A resolution was passed by the Seattle School Board to revamp its policies and curriculum so LGBTQ+ youth and identity are affirmed citywide. ... [Read More]
The company will honor Marsha P. Johnson on June 30, the final day of Pride month... [Read More]
Press release content from PR Newswire. The AP news staff was not involved in its creation. [Read More]
If you happened to venture to Google this morning, no doubt you caught a glimpse of an American hero—one who is largely responsible for instigating... [Read More]
Understanding the life, death, and history of this civil rights icon is fundamental to understanding the foundations of Pride. [Read More]
Last year, New York City also made plans to erect a statue of Johnson in Greenwich Village. [Read More]
Marsha P. Johnson is the late activist and self-identified drag queen receiving a Google Doodle for her work in pioneering the country's LGBT rights movements. [Read More]
Il doodle di Google per celebrare il Pride, l'attivista dei diritti LGBTQ+, l'icona di Stonewall, la guerriera con i fiori tra i capelli: tutte le... [Read More]
Seattle could soon see a school named after Marsha P. Johnson, James Baldwin, Cheryl Chow or another prominent LGBTQ+ individual. [Read More]
Pioneering LGBTQ activist will also receive her own memorial in New York's Greenwich Village... [Read More]
Pioneering LGBTQ activist Marsha P Johnson is being honoured with a Google Doodle on the last day of Pride Month... [Read More]
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