Tag: Marsha P. Johnson
Queer parties, protests and trans women who started the Stonewall Riots are all hiding in the New York Public Library’s massive photo archive.
On the anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, we take a look at the history of Stonewall and the three queer women of color we have to thank for Pride
The new Marsha P. Johnson documentary on Netflix is at the center of a controversy — did director David France steal the research from a trans filmmaker?
Police discovered the body of legendary trans activist Marsha P. Johnson floating in the Hudson River soon after New York City’s 1992 Pride parade
Nearly 150 films from more than 19 countries will be screened at Frameline 2017, and these 10 projects are some we can’t wait to see
The veterans of the Stonewall Uprising were largely trans women, people of color and sex workers. Here’s a quick guide to Stonewall’s 5 most famous rioters.
See what happens when the spirits of Sylvia Rivera, Marsha P. Johnson and Oscar Wilde help a drag queen defeat the forces of bigotry!