STONEWALL INN AND OTHER LGBT HISTORY SITES
Recognizing and Preserving LGBT History - Urge the City to Landmark Civil Rights Pioneer Julius' Bar
Hearing on Stonewall National National Monument Plan May 9
Julius' Sip In 50th Anniversary Approaches
Julius' Landmarking Support Grows as 50th Anniversary Approaches
Julius' Sip-In 50th Anniversary Approaches
On 50th Anniversary of Julius' "Sip-In," Trailblazing LGBT Civil Rights Action, GVSHP Calls for Landmark Designation; Iconic Image of Historic Event for Sale in Support of GVSHP's Preservation Efforts
Stonewall Landmarked! Continue the Fight for LGBT History
Stonewall Landmarks Hearing Next Tuesday at 10AM
Stonewall Landmarking Gets Initial Approval, Public Hearing June 23rd
Following Year and Half Campaign, City Agrees to Consider Stonewall Inn for Landmark Designation, NYC's First LGBT Landmark
Protecting Stonewall and Other LGBT Historic Sites
Recognizing and Protecting LGBT Landmarks
Stonewall Gains Federal Recognition on its 30th Anniversary
West Village's Julius' Bar Eligible for State and National Historic Registers
Write the LPC and Mayor DeBlasio urging them to recognize and protect significant sites to the history of the LGBT civil rights movement.
Write to President Obama encouraging him to create a national park for Stonewall.
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On June 23, 2015, the Landmarks Preservation Commission voted unanimously to approve landmark designation of the Stonewall Inn at 51-53 Christopher Street, the first such site the Commission has landmarked based solely upon LGBT history.