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112 East 23rd Street

Institute for the Protection of Lesbian and Gay Youth

Between the fall of 1983 and early 1986, the full third floor of this building was the first office of... Learn More

Cultural & Educational Institutions
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99 Wooster Street

Gay Activists Alliance Firehouse

The Gay Activists Alliance (GAA) formed in December 1969 and became the most influential American gay liberation political activist organization in... Learn More

Organization & Community Spaces
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296 Ninth Avenue

Church of the Holy Apostles

From 1969 to 1974, the Church of the Holy Apostles in Chelsea was one of the most important meeting places... Learn More

Organization & Community Spaces
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530 Sixth Avenue / 69 West 14th Street

Gay Liberation Front at Alternate U.

After the Stonewall rebellion in June 1969, the first LGBT activist organization formed was the Gay Liberation Front (GLF), in... Learn More

Organization & Community Spaces
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500 25th Street

Green-Wood Cemetery

Many LGBT individuals are buried at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, one of the most beautiful landscapes in America. Here one... Learn More

Public Spaces
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130 West 3rd Street

Tony Pastor’s Downtown / Gay Community Center

Tony Pastor’s Downtown, in business from 1939 to 1967, was a mob-backed club with a mixed clientele but popular with... Learn More

Bars, Clubs & Restaurants
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37 Ninth Avenue

West Side Discussion Group Center

This building in the Meatpacking District was the longest home of the West Side Discussion Group, which met here from... Learn More

Organization & Community Spaces
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59 Christopher Street

Mattachine Society Office

In 1972, the Mattachine Society of New York, the city’s first gay rights group, mostly for men, moved its office... Learn More

Organization & Community Spaces
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West 42nd Street (between Eighth Avenue & Broadway)

Gay Activists Alliance, Gay Liberation Front, and Radicalesbians Demonstration Against Police Harassment at Times Square

A peaceful Times Square protest over recent increased police harassment against the LGBT community in the Greenwich Village and Times... Learn More

Public Spaces
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2 Astor Place

Harvey Milk High School

Many New York City public schools are named in honor of prominent figures in American and world history. Harvey Milk... Learn More

Cultural & Educational Institutions