The Stonewall reader / the New York Public Library ; foreword by Edmund White ; edited with an introduction by Jason Baumann. (Text)Call no.: HQ76.8.U5 S76 2019Series: Penguin classics: Publication: [New York] : Penguin Books, 2019Description: xxv, 304 p. : illISBN: 9780143133513 (pbk.); 0143133519 (pbk.)Other title: Stone Wall reader [Cover title]Subject(s): Gay liberation movement -- United States -- HistoryStonewall Riots, New York, N.Y., 1969LOC classification: HQ76.8.U5 | S76 2019
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Includes bibliographical references (pages xxiii-xxv, 296-298).
Before Stonewall. Audre Lorde, from Zami: a new spelling of my name -- John Rechy, from City of night -- Joan Nestle, from A restricted country -- Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon, from "Lesbians united" -- Franklin Kameny, from Gay is good -- Virginia Prince, "The how and why of Virginia" -- Samuel R. Delany, from The motion of light in water -- Barbara Gittings, from The gay crusaders -- Ernestine Eckstein, from "Interview with Ernestine" -- Judy Grahn, "The psychoanalysis of Edward the dyke" -- Mario Martino, from Emergence: a transsexual autobiography -- Craig Rodwell, from The gay crusaders -- During Stonewall. Dick Leitsch, "The hairpin drop heard around the world" -- Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt, "1969 Mother Stonewall and the golden rats" -- Howard Smith, "View from inside: full moon over the Stonewall" -- Lucian Truscott IV, "View from outside: gay power comes to Sheridan Square" -- Mark Segal, from And then I danced -- Morty Manford, from Interview with Eric Marcus -- Marsha P. Johnson and Randy Wicker, from Interview with Eric Marcus -- Sylvia Rivera, from Interview with Eric Marcus -- Martin Boyce, from Oral history interview with Eric Marcus -- Edmund White, from City boy -- Holly Woodlawn, from A low life in high heels -- Jayne County, from Man enough to be a woman -- Jay London Toole, from New York City Trans Oral History Project Interview with Theodore Kerr and Abram J. Lewis -- Miss Major Griffin-Gracy, from New York City Trans Oral History Project Interview with Abram J. Lewis -- After Stonewall. Martha Shelley, from "Gay is good" -- Karla Jay, from Tales of the lavender menace -- Steven F. Dansky, "Hey man" -- Harry Hay, from Radically gay -- Rev. Troy D. Perry from The Lord is my shepherd and he knows I'm gay -- Perry Brass, "We did it!" -- Jeanne Córdova, from When we were outlaws -- Marsha P. Johnson, from Interview with Allen Young, "Rapping with a street transvestite revolutionary" -- Kiyoshi Kuromiya, from Philadelphia LGBT History Project Interview with Marc Stein -- Joel Hall, "Growing up black and gay" -- Tommi Avicolli Mecca, "Brushes with Lily Law" -- Penny Arcade, from Bitch! Dyke! Faghag! Whore! -- Jill Johnston, from Lesbian nation -- John E. Fryer, MD, from "John E. Fryer, MD, and the Dr. H. Anonymous episode" -- Jonathan Ned Katz, from Gay American history -- Arthur Evans, from Witchcraft and the gay counterculture -- Larry Mitchell, from The faggots and their friends between revolutions -- Chirlane McCray, "I am a lesbian'.
"For the fiftieth anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, an anthology chronicling the tumultuous fight for LGBTQ rights in the 1960s and the activists who spearheaded it, with a foreword by Edmund White. June 28, 2019 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, which is considered the most significant event in the gay liberation movement, and the catalyst for the modern fight for LGBTQ rights in the United States. Drawing from the New York Public Library's archives, The Stonewall Reader is a collection of first accounts, diaries, periodic literature, and articles from LGBTQ magazines and newspapers that documented both the years leading up to and the years following the riots. Most importantly the anthology spotlights both iconic activists who were pivotal in the movement, such as Sylvia Rivera, co-founder of Street Transvestites Action Revolutionaries (STAR), as well as forgotten figures like Ernestine Eckstein, one of the few out, African American, lesbian activists in the 1960s. The anthology focuses on the events of 1969, the five years before, and the five years after. Jason Baumann, the NYPL coordinator of humanities and LGBTQ collections, has edited and introduced the volume to coincide with the NYPL exhibition he has curated on the Stonewall uprising and gay liberation movement of 1969"--
"For the fiftieth anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, an anthology chronicling the tumultuous fight for LGBTQ rights in the 1960s and the activists who spearheaded it, with a foreword by Edmund White"--