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Stonewall Forever is actively acquiring materials to help tell the diverse stories of the Stonewall Riots of 1969 and the surrounding years of activism from 1968-1971. This growing collection includes photographs, films, interviews, oral histories, protest materials, Pride memorabilia, personal effects and unpublished writings, including letters and diaries, that help to illuminate the lived experience of this historic period. Community contributions to this crucial and diverse history will be considered for digitization and preservation as a collection online and available to the public at Google Arts & Culture and at The LGBT Community Center's National History Archive in New York.
If you were part of this history (or know someone who was) and have stories, objects, documents, images or other historical materials of prospective interest to Stonewall Forever that you would like to contribute to the archive, please contact The LGBT Community Center by using this form.