City of Los Angeles commemorates the 1967 Black Cat Riots

The City of Los Angeles has unveiled a plaque commemorating the 1967 police riots at the Black Cat Tavern that ignited that city’s LGBTI community two years before Stonewall

City of Los Angeles commemorates the 1967 Black Cat Riots
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