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[NEWS] Four links about queer history, from the National Park Service to the Globe to New York City

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  • The National Park Service’s LGBTQ Heritage Theme Study is an amazingly thorough survey of sites and stories of note.
  • In The Globe and Mail, Stephanie Chambers explores how the history of homophobia recorded in her newspaper’s old articles.
  • Back2Stonewall shares rare archival footage of the 1970 Christopher Street Liberation Day parade, ancestor of Pride.
  • The New Yorker’s Daniel Penny tells the story of Joseph Touchette, at 93 the oldest drag queen in Greenwich Village.
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