Why Did We Have More Reverence for LGBT History in the '70s?
Firemen give first aid to survivors of a French Quarter fire that swept through a second story bar leaving 29 dead and 15 injured June 25 1973 in New Orleans.
At the dawn of modern gay liberation, we feverishly chronicled our past. Now we're forgetting where we've been and disregarding where we're going.
October 26 2016 5:38 AM EST
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