History of Early LGBTQ Rights in the U.S.: 1924-1967

History of Early LGBTQ Rights in the U.S.: 1924-1967
History of Early LGBTQ Rights in the U.S.: 1924-1967
History of Early LGBTQ Rights in the U.S.: 1924-1967
History of Early LGBTQ Rights in the U.S.: 1924-1967
History of Early LGBTQ Rights in the U.S.: 1924-1967
History of Early LGBTQ Rights in the U.S.: 1924-1967
History of Early LGBTQ Rights in the U.S.: 1924-1967
History of Early LGBTQ Rights in the U.S.: 1924-1967
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A slide show introductory lesson on the history of the early modern gay rights movement in the United States from 1924-1967. A look at pre Stonewall LGBTQ rights and movements. Topics include Henry Hay, The Mattachine Society, Daughters of Bilitis, Alfred Kinsey, decriminalization of homosexual acts, timelines, and more.

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