Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Stonewall
In the early hours of June 28, 1969, an uprising began against a police raid of a Greenwich Village bar—the Stonewall Inn—known to serve lesbian women, gay men, and bisexual and transgender people. The event, which turned into six days of demonstrations and conflicts with law enforcement, marked a pivotal moment in the LGBTQ rights movement. Today pride parades inspired by the Stonewall uprising are held in June in cities throughout the world.
As part of the national celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, the Museum of the City of New York presents PRIDE: Photographs of Stonewall and Beyond by Fred W. McDarrah, featuring Fred W. McDarrah’s images of the initial Stonewall uprising, portraits of significant figures in the LGBTQ rights movement, and photographs of pride marches, protests, and public events for the LGBTQ community. PRIDE is a companion exhibition to The Voice of the Village: Fred W. McDarrah Photographs and a critical component of the Museum’s Stonewall50 series of exhibitions and programming PRIDE = POWER!
Seniors (65+), Students: $12 (with I.D.)
Under age 20: Free
Museum of the City of New York
1220 Fifth Avenue btwn 103rd and 104th Streets
New York NY 10029 US