ONE, Inc. published their magazine for many years, but by 1967 the organization was facing increased financial pressure. ONE Magazine ceased publication in 1969. Read a PDF of the magazine that includes material from as far back as 1957.
Read a PDF of The Ladder, the magazine published by the Daughters of Bilitis. This edition includes a short story by “Emily Jones," the pseudonym for African American playwright Lorraine Hansberry, most famous for writing A Raisin in the Sun.
Narrated by Lily Tomlin, this acclaimed documentary takes its name from Vito Russo's groundbreaking book. The filmmakers examine the subtext of more than 100 Hollywood movies -- including Spartacus, Rope and Thelma and Louise -- and chart the cinematic journey of lesbian and gay characters. Film clips are paired with director, producer and actor interviews featuring, among others, Gore Vidal, Tom Hanks and Whoopi Goldberg.
The Village Voice
Two Village Voice reporters were at the Stonewall the night the riots happened. Howard Smith managed to get inside the bar while the crowd rioted outside. Lucian K. Truscott IV happened by as the riots escalated and observed from outside. Read accounts from both writers here, republished by the Voice in 2015:
At the time of the assassinations, Feinstein was President of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. She heard the shots and called the police, and when Mayor Moscone was killed, she became mayor of the city. In this interview, she speaks publicly about her experience.
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