It was rather quiet. It didn’t have a parade permit. It wasn’t really huge. But the congregation that happened at Sheep Meadow in Central Park afterwards attracted a large crowd. I was 19 years old, and it was all kind of new to me, because I had only recently come out. I didn’t realize the full impact of what had happened at Stonewall. I grew up in Philadelphia, I had moved to New York City to go to school (Parsons School of Design) two months after the riots. … [Read more...] about They Marched in America’s First Prides in 1970. They’re Still Out, Loud, and Proud.
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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Protesters marched in Philadelphia for a fourth consecutive day Tuesday. From Center City to West Philadelphia and Fishtown, Tuesday’s demonstrations were largely peaceful as demonstrators demanded an end to police brutality following the death of George Floyd. … [Read more...] about Large Group Of Peaceful George Floyd Protesters March In Philadelphia For Fourth Straight Day
Hillary Clinton received about 3 million more votes than Trump in the 2016 presidential election, but lost in the Electoral College. Trump is taking a huge gamble if he thinks he can be reelected while trailing by millions of popular votes again, because Biden and his team have no doubt learned from Clinton’s mistakes and are focused on doing better in the Electoral College. … [Read more...] about Leslie Marshall: Trump sinking in polls – voters tired of his failures and angry tweets
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Being overzealous with risk-reducing measures can ultimately become counterproductive and erode the progress we have made, especially since it is not clear how long we will have to comply with the new lifestyle changes. Giving ourselves permission to enjoy low-risk activities can help us endure over the long haul. … [Read more...] about Laura Albert: Coronavirus reopening risks – Here’s a plan to make us safer