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This educational book, intended for young adult readers, examines the history of the LGBT community in America from its roots in the free-thinking seaport cities of the 1800s, through the social revolution of World War II, the early activists of the 1950s, the “gay pride” movements of the 1970s, the AIDS crisis, and the mainstreaming of LGBT communities of the present day.

Published: Mason Crest an Imprint of National Highlights, Inc. on
ISBN: 9781422296707
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