A display at a New York Legoland includes floats, rainbow flags and a giant billboard that reads "Stonewall 50."
Michael Bronski, Professor of the Practice in Activism and Media Studies of Women, Gender and Sexuality at Harvard University, speaks to Newsweek about the origins of Pride Month and the Stonewall Uprising.
Pride Month celebrates the Stonewall uprising that took place in 1969. It celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2019.
Almost 50 years after the start of the gay rights movement, cities nationwide are gearing up for Pride festivities to commemorate the civil rights battles that have been won and push for more inclusiveness.
The monument will honor the LGBT community, victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting and 'all victims of hate, intolerance and violence.'
The British government has said it hopes to remove the process of providing medical evidence for legal gender recognition.
Stonewall found evidence of widespread homophobic abuse at matches.
The ex-Oasis singer was responding to hooliganism between English and Russian football fans.
For the first time since 1806, the U.K. census could include questions relating to gender and sexuality.
Emmerich's film uses the Stonewall Inn's fraught history as an over-simplified backdrop.
"Some law-enforcement officials... still see the gay community as a well of criminal activity," 'Newsweek' reported in the 1969 article 'Policing the Third Sex.'
Friday's decision sparked a party at the bar where the gay rights movement began.