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STONEWALL INN AND OTHER LGBT HISTORY SITES



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After Five Year Campaign by Village Preservation, City Landmarks LGBT Historic Sites. Sites are City’s First LGBT Landmarks Since Successful 2015 Campaign to Landmark Stonewall Inn 6/18/19
LGBT Landmarks to be Heard Tomorrow - Send a Letter Today! 6/3/19
After Four Year Campaign, City Calendars LGBT Historic Sites in Greenwich Village 5/14/19
After Four Year Campaign by Village Preservation, City Agrees to Landmark LGBT Historic Sites 5/13/19
With #Stonewall50 Underway, Will City Protect LGBT Landmarks? 5/3/19
Now More than Ever, City Must Recognize and Protect LGBT Historic Landmarks 4/23/19

Recognizing and Preserving LGBT History - Urge the City to Landmark Civil Rights Pioneer Julius' Bar 6/22/16

Hearing on Stonewall National National Monument Plan May 9 5/06/16

Julius' Sip In 50th Anniversary Approaches 4/15/16

Julius' Landmarking Support Grows as 50th Anniversary Approaches3/22/16

Julius' Sip-In 50th Anniversary Approaches 3/10/16

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 2/25/16

Stonewall Landmarked! Continue the Fight for LGBT History 6/23/15

Stonewall Landmarks Hearing Next Tuesday at 10AM 6/18/15

Stonewall Landmarking Gets Initial Approval, Public Hearing June 23rd 6/02/15

Following Year and Half Campaign, City Agrees to Consider Stonewall Inn for Landmark Designation, NYC's First LGBT Landmark 5/29/15

Protecting Stonewall and Other LGBT Historic Sites 5/21/15

Recognizing and Protecting LGBT Landmarks 2/11/14

West Village's Julius' Bar Eligible for State and National Historic Registers 12/17/12
Stonewall Gains Federal Recognition on its 30th Anniversary 6/21/1999





Write the LPC and Mayor DeBlasio urging them to recognize and protect Julius Bar and other significant sites to the history of the LGBT civil rights movement.


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Stonewall Inn


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.

 

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