LGBT history book 100 years of struggle of people who never gave up
Administration, legislation, judiciary and direct action──
This is a textbook and practice history of American-style democracy. 50 Years After the Stonewall Rebellion History of the LGBT Rights Restoration Movement The history of the movement is explained in an easy-to-understand manner for children. The Pink Triangle, lavender hunting, the Stonewall Rebellion, the assassination of Harvey Milk, the AIDS crisis, hate crimes, numerous trials, and gay marriage.
The 100-year history of fighting for LGBT rights has moved forward, step by step, sometimes dramatically, while repeating ups and downs. There were many "heroes" who never gave up, regardless of whether they were famous or not. It is people who make history. Connections between people move history and pave the way for the future.
Magnus Hirschfeld, the maverick of the civil rights movement and the founder of the first gay rights organization. Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin transformed what was once a lesbian social club, The Daughters of Bilitis, into a powerful movement. Christine Jorgensen, America's first transgender. and San Francisco's first elected alderman Harvey Milk.
Additionally, historical LGBT individuals such as General von Steuben, Alan Turing, Jane Adams, Bayard Rustin, and others are covered. And the final piece of history is the Supreme Court ruling that made same-sex marriage legal. A wealth of personal histories, numerous episodes, and many valuable visuals are recorded!
Publisher: Southern Books