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CSLD Parade Marchers- Mattachine Society
Members of the Mattachine Society, one of the first "homophile" organizations in the U.S. march in the CSLD parade in June of 1970. Mattachine became less influential as the more militant activist groups took control of the movement for equal rights…

Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera March in CSLD Parade 1971 with the Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries (STAR) banner - an organization the two formed after being disenfranchised by the liberation movement.

Marchers set up on Christopher Street in New York City's Greenwich Village for the first Gay Liberation parade, marking the first anniversary of the Stonewall riots, in 1970. The foresight of activists such as Craig Rodwell to commemorate Stonewall…

A group of Drag Queens assemble along the parade route of the annual Gay Pride Event in New York City in 1973.

Picture of Roller Arena, Fairy Godmother during a pride event in 1973, most likely taken on 7th Avenue with a number of her fans, including a police officer. Rollerena (as she is known today) went by the names Rollin’ Skeets in 1970, Roller Arena…

Photo taken by Leonard Fink during the first Christopher Street Liberation Day Parade in 1970. The subjects are unidentified but are standing in front of the Gay Activists Alliance (GAA) banner.

Street Transvestites Action Revolutionaries march in the Christopher Street Liberation Day parade of 1971. On the left is Sylvia Rivera (with bag in her arms). STAR was created by Sylvia and Marsha P. Johnson both of whom were active in the Gay…

This image taken by Rich Wandel depicts marchers in an early gay pride event, the Christopher Street Liberation Day parade, June of 1971.
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