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  • History of LGBTQ
    Julius’, a beloved New York City bar, has occupied the corner of Waverly Place and West 10th Street in the West Village for nearly 160 years. With little identifying it beyond its name in simple green cursive, the watering hole’s unassuming exterior belies its importance in gay rights history. Like the Stonewall Inn just aContinue reading “History of LGBTQ”
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