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    The Stonewall Inn: From Riots to Acceptance On Saturday, June 28th 1969, at 1:20 in the morning, police officers raided the Stonewall Inn leading to the revolutionary battle toward the LGBT Liberation Movement (The Historic Stonewall Inn). Stonewall Inn is a gay bar located on 53 Christopher St, New York, NY 10014, between West 4th Street and Waverly Place, in the Greenwich Village of Lower Manhattan. Stonewall Inn is a tavern open to everyone regardless of sexual identity, but specifically welcomes members of the gay community. Today, this bar represents and brings awareness to the LGBT community’s struggle for equal rights. The two adjoining, two story, red brick buildings together form the legendary Stonewall Inn, which is a reminder of…

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    On Saturday June 28th 1969, at 1:20 in the morning, police officers raided the Stonewall Inn leading to the revolutionary battle toward the LGBT liberations movement (The Historic Stonewall Inn). Stonewall Inn is a gay bar located on 53 Christopher St, New York, NY 10014, between West 4th Street and Waverly Place, in the Greenwich Village of Lower Manhattan. Stonewall Inn is a tavern open to all genders, but more specifically to the gay community of Lower Manhattan. This bar represents and…

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    era were homosexual sex was illegal in every state except Illinois. Homosexuals were discriminated against homosexual sex was punishable by prison. Within Greenwich Village is the Stonewall Inn which was a common area for homosexuals to hangout and drink. In the 1960's, New York created police vice squads that's purpose was to raid gay bars and baths. They began using decoys to solicit and entrap gays. By 1966 over 100 men a week were arrested as a result of this effort. Police raided this…

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    Groves 1 Jared Groves Ms. Ayers English II 10 - 31 - 16 The Stonewall Riots The Stonewall Riots were protests about gay rights and the beginning of the gay rights movement. It refers to the violent raids and arrests on Christopher Street in Greenwich Village at the Stonewall Inn (“White House…” par. 1). It happened June 28, 1969, in New York. It took place at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village. Most who protested were LGBT people (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender). They all protested…

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    Gays and lesbians have been standing up and sometimes even rioting for many years. For example, “The Stonewall riots (also referred to as the Stonewall uprising or the Stonewall rebellion) were a series of spontaneous, violent demonstrations by members of the gay (LGBT) community against a police raid that took place in the early morning hours of June 28, 1969, at the Stonewall Inn, located in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. They are widely considered to…

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    The Stonewall Riots

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    Based on the events of the 1969 Stonewall riots is the film, Stonewall. The movie focusses on fictional Danny Irvine, a gay Caucasian youth who leaves his conservative Indiana countryside for New York City. In the weeks leading up to the riot, he meets and befriends a group of LGBTQ youth. Danny is shown the rough lifestyle of theft and hustling of these street kids as well as the realities of police raids and the brutality of their bigotry. In the process, he learns more about LGBTQ culture…

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    Overview Unique and innovative marketing trends are helping restaurants all over the country make their businesses successful. Even markets that are not tourist destinations welcome visitors, and restaurants roll out the welcome mat for conventioneers, business travelers, and sports enthusiasts. In different areas of the United States, restaurants have to come up with unique marketing trends that will lure travelers to their business. For example, Nick Mikus is the owner of Nick’s Ristorante in…

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    tower, knight’s bar, the club house and private dining. The hotel also provides facilities such as spa treatments, beauty treatments, golf courses and wedding packages. Business hotel An example of a business hotel is Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport which includes rooms such as roof top suites and superior rooms. The hotel provides dining room called the kitty hawks bar and restaurant. Budget hotel A budget hotel is the lowest category of hotel that provides the rooms and meals at a…

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    that I am. There is no significant “one” type of person that I am trying to attract to this establishment, but more of a variety in order to fill all the rooms on a regular basis. I would like to offer up the name of Santa Cruz Country Inn since this is in the heart of Santa Cruz County and offers up the scenic picturesque country side that it does. All of the features of this establishment speak country to me. The bird watching, hiking, natural beauty of the landscape surrounding the inn,…

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    cloak and shook the rain from it. Hanging it on a hook just inside the door he let his eyes adjust to the light. He became aware of the occupants of half a dozen tables scattered around the inn. Several tables were occupied by small groups of Gnomes, drinking and eating. One group, louder than the rest, were playing a game of cards, accusations of cheating seemed to be flying around. A hush fell over the room as he entered and all eyes turned towards him. He nodded a greeting. They surveyed him…

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