Where Were You? Watching Obama at the Stonewall Inn
BY Christopher Harrity
May 10 2012 11:29 AM ET
Now 43 years after the Stonewall riots in New York's West Village, the Stonewall Inn is normally a quiet neighborhood bar in the afternoon. But on the night that marriage equality became legal in New York State, it attracted spontaneous celebrations. And so it seemed like an appropriate place for some television viewing Wednesday when President Obama announced his support for marriage equality during an interview with ABC's Robin Roberts. Here's what the day looked like.
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