An LGBT history panel discussion called “Commemorating the Stonewall Uprising, LGBTQ Activism in D.C.” will be held on Thursday, July 25 at 7 p.m. at the Cleveland Park Library (3310 Connecticut Ave., N.W.).
Participants will discuss how D.C. activism was affected by the Stonewall uprising that took place 50 years ago in New York City. Scheduled speakers include Lou Chibbaro, Jr., senior reporter for the Washington Blade; Eva Freund, former member of the Mattachine Society and National Organization for Women; Rick Rosendall, former president of the Gay and Lesbian Activists Alliance; and Otis Sutson, co-founder of the Best of Washington social club. The discussion is free and open to the public.
Look for the event on Facebook for more information.
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