How NYC police’s relationship with LGBTQ+ community changed after Stonewall Uprising

In 1969, the NYPD was part of a raid on the Stonewall Inn. Today, the Gay Officers Action League of NY is a positive force within the LGBTQ+ community with a mission to promote inclusivity.

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11 thoughts on “How NYC police’s relationship with LGBTQ+ community changed after Stonewall Uprising

  1. Just last month in Knoxville, TN there was a story of a cop who called for the execution of gay people or even people who attended a gay pride parade. He's also the "pastor" of a shitty little church that has 15 members. He's no longer a cop- he "retired." No, he wasn't fired.

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