Remembering Stonewall: Activism & LGBTQ Identity


Saturday, June 25

1pm Where

Greene Education Center

Admission Purchase general admission

In the days following the 1969 Stonewall riots, a new kind of LGBTQ liberation movement erupted onto the scene. No longer hiding in the shadows or fearing exposure, some members of the community took a stand to combat discrimination and demand equal rights. Join Christopher Gioia, public historian and creator of, as we trace a path from the events of the early morning hours of June, 28, 1969 to the present and discover what Stonewall meant then and what it means for us today.

Recommended for ages 18+.


Supported by funds from the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO) through the American Recovery Plan Act.