Monday June 5th 2023, 16:00 | 🇨🇿
Café Art | free entry

A lecture about the history and legacy of one of the pivotal moments in LGBT+ history.

On the night of June 28, 1969, a police raid took place in New York's Stonewall Inn, which at the time served as a popular meeting place for people from the LGBT+ community. Although harassment by the police was nothing new, something snapped in the people that night and the crowd turned against the forces of law and order. Find out what led to this clash and what its consequences were in this lecture on the history and legacy of the Stonewall Rebellion.