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A police raid ignited the LGBTQIA + Pride Month pub. understand

Today is the date on which the 1969 protests in the United States against discrimination and prejudice against the LGBTQIA+ community are celebrated.

in a year 1969A group of gays, lesbians and transgender people were at the bar Stonewall Innlocated in New York To enjoy the night. But at that time it was not easy to be LGBTQIA + So much so that the group that was there was surprised by the violent police raid aimed at arresting agents ‘Imoral behavior’.

These raids were routine and almost a recurring habit to restrain and coerce society. LGBTQIA+.

But this dawn will surely change the course of society LGBTQIA +, as pub-goers reacted by creating resistance against police repression. The revolution got the help of people from the neighborhood who were not LGBTQIA + But they cooperated so that the whole event gained greater fame for the cause.

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After days of clashes and the event, there were several protests in favor of LGBTQIA + Through several cities in United States of America The following year, the first Pride Parade was held LGBTQIA +which was held on July 1, 1970, to remember that day and since then the movement has only grown and the parades are as gigantic as those in SΓ£o Paulo that transport millions of people to Avenida Paulista.

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The month of June gains more color and strength over the years and highlights the issues and agendas ingrained in society LGBTQIA + It is important that everyone learn respect and empathy. 🏳️ 🌈✊🏽🫢🏽

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