Rainbow Revolutions: Power, Pride and Protest in the Fight for Queer Rights New
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From police raids to Pride, pub speeches to pop culture, shadows to rainbows: a queer victory story! On June 28 1969, around one o’clock in the morning, police raided the Stonewall Inn, a bar in Greenwich Village, New York. What happened that night would be a defining moment in queer history. From the bold speeches of activists Karl Ulrichs and Audre Lorde to the birth of Pride and queer pop culture, this book charts the rise of LGBTQ+ rights. Inspiration in a book: a rainbow-bright tribute to the brave heroes who fought back and spoke up.
- An impassioned and timely look at the fight for queer rights
- Key individuals, historical turning-points, Pride and more
- Written by queer activist and anthropologist Jamie Lawson
- Featuring bold, stylish colour artwork by Eve Lloyd Knight
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