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Marsha P. Johnson (right) and Kady van Deurs, Gay Rights demonstration, City Hall, New York City, April 1973. Photo by Diana Davies, @nyplpicturecollection. “I was no one, nobody, from Nowheresville, until I became a drag queen. That’s what made me in New York, that’s what made me in New Jersey, that’s what made me in the world.” – Marsha P. Johnson
Miners Strike: When the gay community stood up for the miners. Pride, a movie about the unlikely miners' strike link up between London based gays & lesbians is now celebrated in film.The activists saw the miners as another group who were seemingly being ostracised by society, particularly after Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher labelled the strikers “the enemy within''