Pride : the LGBTQ+ rights movement : a photographic journey / written & edited by Christopher Measom.

By: Measom, ChristopherMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: New York : Sterling, ©2019. Description: 168 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cmISBN: 9781454936558; 145493655XSubject(s): Gay pride celebrations | Gay rights -- United States -- History | Gay liberation movement -- United States -- History | Gays -- United States -- History | Stonewall Riots, New York, N.Y., 1969 | Homophobia -- United States -- HistoryGenre/Form: Illustrated works.DDC classification: 306.766 LOC classification: HQ76.3.U5 | M43 2019
Contents:
Introduction -- We're here... The world of night (1920-1930) ; Home ties broken (WWII) ; Back in the closet (The 1950s) -- We're queer... Road to rebellion (The 1960s) ; We're out! Sexual freedom for all (The 1970s) -- ...Get used to it! A crisis brings everybody out (The 1980s) ; Two steps forward (The 1990s) ; Real change (The 21st century).
Summary: This lavishly illustrated book commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising and is an inspiring photographic journey through the LGBTQ+ Pride movement over the last century.Summary: Starting in the bohemian subculture of post-World War I American cities, Measom covers the influence of World War II, which relocated millions of people to single-sex barracks and factories and helped spark the formation of gay communities after the war. The repressive 1950s era saw the launch of important rights organizations that led to the rebellions of the 1960s, culminating in the game-changing Stonewall Uprising of June 1969. Measom explores the devastation of the AIDS crisis, its impact on gay culture, and the fight to bring awareness to the disease. The modern period includes coverage of the struggles for equality in marriage and the military, and the push for gender rights. A groundbreaking homage to a historic movement and its milestone achievements and hurdles.--Adapted from jacket.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 165-167)

Introduction -- We're here... The world of night (1920-1930) ; Home ties broken (WWII) ; Back in the closet (The 1950s) -- We're queer... Road to rebellion (The 1960s) ; We're out! Sexual freedom for all (The 1970s) -- ...Get used to it! A crisis brings everybody out (The 1980s) ; Two steps forward (The 1990s) ; Real change (The 21st century).

This lavishly illustrated book commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising and is an inspiring photographic journey through the LGBTQ+ Pride movement over the last century.

Starting in the bohemian subculture of post-World War I American cities, Measom covers the influence of World War II, which relocated millions of people to single-sex barracks and factories and helped spark the formation of gay communities after the war. The repressive 1950s era saw the launch of important rights organizations that led to the rebellions of the 1960s, culminating in the game-changing Stonewall Uprising of June 1969. Measom explores the devastation of the AIDS crisis, its impact on gay culture, and the fight to bring awareness to the disease. The modern period includes coverage of the struggles for equality in marriage and the military, and the push for gender rights. A groundbreaking homage to a historic movement and its milestone achievements and hurdles.--Adapted from jacket.

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