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"After Stonewall" is a 1999 documentary film directed by John Scagliotti about the 30 years of gay rights activism since the 1969 Stonewall riots. It is the sequel to the Scagliotti-produced 1986 film Before Stonewall and is narrated by musician Melissa Etheridge. Participants include Dorothy Allison, Jewelle Gomez, Rita Mae Brown, Craig Lucas, Arnie Kantrowitz, Barbara Gittings, Barbara Smith, Larry Kramer and Barney Frank.
- also known as Meta to Stonewall
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producer: Dan Hunt
- starring: Melissa Etheridge as Narrator
- music by Don DiNicola
- genres: Documentary film, LGBT, Political cinema, Culture & Society, Gender Issues, Historical fiction
- released on (15 years ago)
- award: - GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Documentary
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by William L. Richter
“Life after Stonewall.” Civil War Times Illustrated 42 (June 2003) [Special Issue].
by Abby H. P. Werlock
After Stonewall, gay meninshort storiescould havemore than just onenight stands; they could havelasting ...
by Brent L. Pickett
A group of activists formed the Gay Liberation Front in New York City a few weeks after Stonewall. Stonewall today often serves as shorthand for a whole series of changes that were already beginning before the actual riots. Gay and lesbian ...
by Simon J Bronner
One year after Stonewall, the Christopher Street Liberation Day parade commemorating the rebellion was held, followed by a dance party. Today, major cities in the United States, Canada, Australia, South Africa, and Western Europe have ...
and San Francisco during the decade after Stonewall, "compounded," according to Edmund White,"out of theBeat and hippie movements, out of cool, jazzloving, heroinshooting New Yorkishness,outof the newgayliberation movement andthe ...
By the twenty-first century the riots served as a marker between two distinct historical eras: “before Stonewall,” when homosexuality was considered a social taboo, and “after Stonewall,” when lesbians and gay men increasingly gained social ...
by Kevin L. Nadal
Even after Stonewall, clubs and bars that were deemed gay bars were stigmatized and vandalized. Although gay dance clubs and bars began to emerge in every metropolitan city and many smaller towns in the 1990s, there were many gay ...
Women's Rights in the United States: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Issues, Events, and People [4 volumes] (2014)
A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Issues, Events, and People by Tiffany K. Wayne Ph.D.
The 1970s: Emergence of a Gay Rights Movement After Stonewall, the goals of gay and lesbian visibility, legal protection, ...
by Bonnie Zimmerman
Media Coverage After Stonewall When hundreds of lesbians and gay men rioted in 1969 to protest a raid by vice officers at the Stonewall Inn in New York City's Greenwich Village, the event received little attention outside the gay community.
by David A. Gerstner
After Stonewall, the movement had grown to between 50 and 60 groups. One year after Stonewall, approximately 1,500 homophile groups were ...
by Grace C. Keroher
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Named "after Stonewall Peak, which is composed of this rock, which intrudes Julian schist. Stonington gneiss. Pre-Pennsylvanian: Southeastern Connecticut. L. H. Martin, 1925 (Conn. Geol. and Nat. Hist. Surv. Bull. 33). Stonington gneiss.
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