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Born in the Bronx and raised on Long Island, the openly bisexual Howard was active in the anti-war and feminist movements during the turbulent ‘60s.
She wasn’t afraid to make a statement, and she was known for her campaigning and organizing.
One woman in handcuffs was hit over the head by an officer.
She pleaded with the crowd to “do something.” They responded by throwing pennies and other objects at the police.
View of the large crowd, some of whom are holding up handmade signs and banners, participating in a gay and lesbian pride parade in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston.
While crowd estimates vary widely from 1,000 to 20,000, one thing remained clear—there had never been a demonstration like this before.
Chicago actually took to the streets in 1970 the day before New York.
The city marked the one-year anniversary of the Stonewall Riots with a week-long celebration that included a Gay Dance, workshops and speeches.
The week-long festivities ended with approximately 150 people marching from Washington Square Park to the Water Tower at the intersection of Michigan and Chicago avenues, with some continuing on to the Civic Center.