Street Transvestites Action Revolutionaries marching

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Title

Street Transvestites Action Revolutionaries marching

Subject

Street Transvestites Action Revolutionaries

Description

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 Liberation Front soon after Stonewall. They organized a group for "transvestites" after being marginalized by the movement.

Creator

Rich Wandel

Source

LGBT Community Center National History Archive, Rich Wandel Photo Collection (#60).

Publisher

Christopher Gioia

Date

1971

Contributor

Rich Wandel

Rights

Rich Wandel and the LGBT Community Center National History Archive grant permission to use this image. All rights reserved.

Relation

LGBT Community Center National History Archive, Rich Wandel Photo Collection (#60) Box 4a, Folder 400-699, #587a

Format

Photograph

Language

English

Type

Image

Identifier

IMG_0645-2

Coverage

NA

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Original Format

Black and White Photograph

Physical Dimensions

4 inches by 6 inches

Files

IMG_0645-2.jpg

Citation

Rich Wandel, “Street Transvestites Action Revolutionaries marching ,” Stonewall: Riot, Rebellion, Activism and Identity, accessed October 23, 2019, https://stonewallhistory.omeka.net/items/show/21.

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