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Police at Pride? Gay cops, LGBTQ activists struggle to see eye-to-eye
Letters to the Editor — March 21,
Queer groups are protesting mainstream festivals and organizing alternative events that recognize ongoing police mistreatment of LGBT people. Ashley is part of Reclaim Pride , a coalition that wants more than a year-late apology. The group wants police removed from Pride altogether. Opposition to law enforcement marching in Pride parades is not new, but has intensified this year as the festivals have adopted themes honoring the anniversary of Stonewall, the LGBT rebellion against police abuses that led to the first Pride march and cemented June as Pride month around the globe. Sex workers were integral to the original Stonewall riot, and many who work in the underground industry today are queer and trans people who have reported suffering violence, arrests and harassment at the hands of police. Some queer groups have organized mass actions in response. Ikuku, a year-old non-binary black activist, said some Pride attendees were uninterested in learning about the protest, and even enraged at the disruption.
Sam Ciccone, a Champion of Gay Police Officers, Dies at 71
The raid unfolded in the early hours of Saturday, June 28, , when NYPD officers stormed into the bar to enforce a discriminatory law that made it illegal to serve alcohol to gay people. I do know what happened should not have happened. The raid at the Stonewall, a gay bar in Manhattan's Greenwich Village neighborhood, sparked protests that helped launch a civil rights movement. Stonewall and the small park outside are now part of a national monument. Special ceremonies are scheduled to take place at the iconic bar on Saturday, June 28, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the uprising.
In , it was common practice for police officers in New York and other cities to harass owners and patrons of bars that they suspected of providing safe harbor for gay people. At the time, the NYPD was engaged in a broad effort to crack down on gay bars for supposed liquor license violations. Tonight, though, they fought back. And now, nearly 50 years after the historic uprising, the New York Police Department has apologized for its role both in the events at Stonewall and the actions it took to uphold laws that discriminated against gay people.