How Schools Reinvigorated the Stonewall Revolution

About 150 people, many of them students representing GSAs, march to the state Capitol in Lincoln, Nebraska, in 2005 to partake in a LGBT-rights rally. (Nati Harnik / AP)


Editor’s Note: This article is part of a series about the gay-rights movement and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising. The groups have always been about a simple, key objective: Stop all the dying. The groups are GSAs—Gender-Sexuality Alliances, though they were originally known as […]

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