Stonewall Remembered: A Night on the Streets

Thursday, June 18, 2009

New Yorkers celebrate gay pride

New Yorkers celebrate gay pride

Rainbow flags have been flying for weeks all around the city -- as gay pride celebrations take over the streets. New York's claim to the beginning of the gay rights movement, starts, of course at the Stonewall Inn, in the West Village. Morning Edition's Soterios Johnson talked to some of the people who were at the Stonewall riots, in a story that first aired in 2004.


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