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In the s and s, gay and lesbian clubs dotted the Kansas City metro area. Those much-publicized riots are considered a catalyst in the fight for LGBT rights. Bars, with names like The Ivanhoe Cabaret and The Terrace, "were widely viewed as having some of the finest entertainment around," according to the News-Telegraph in a article. But these drag balls, also called "tea parties" or "private birthday parties," were mostly underground events. Winter and Nelson, through their fundraising efforts, raised much of the money for the marker. That date was the beginning of a series of spontaneous, violent demonstrations by the gay and lesbian community in New York City after a police raid at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village.

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Three decades of local activism began in the late s, when gay men and women all across the country were responding to the AIDS crisis.

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Those organizations included the early lesbian political group Daughter of Bilitis and the Mattachine Society founded by Harry Hay in The State Hotel no longer stands at the corner of 12th Street and Wyandotte in downtown Kansas City, but a marker will commemorate the national LGBT organizing that happened there in Call, who died inwas a frequent TV spokesperson for national gay issues in the s, but is nearly forgotten as an early LGBT right advocate. That date was the beginning of a series of spontaneous, violent demonstrations by the gay and lesbian community in New York City after a police raid at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village. Jon Barnett founded the local chapter. Those much-publicized riots are considered a catalyst in the fight for LGBT rights. Three decades of local activism began in the late s, when gay men and women all across the country were responding to the AIDS crisis.

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That date was the beginning of a series of spontaneous, violent demonstrations by the gay and lesbian community in New York City after a police raid at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village. But these drag balls, also called "tea parties" or "private birthday parties," were mostly underground events. Jon Barnett founded the local chapter. Call, who died inwas a frequent TV spokesperson for national gay issues in the s, but is nearly forgotten as an early LGBT right advocate. Bars, with names like The Ivanhoe Cabaret and The Terrace, "were widely viewed as having some of the finest entertainment around," according to the News-Telegraph in a article. Those much-publicized riots are considered a catalyst in the fight for LGBT rights. The State Hotel no longer stands at the corner of 12th Street and Wyandotte in downtown Kansas City, but a marker will commemorate the national LGBT organizing that happened there in

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