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Activists unveiled a rainbow flag across from the Stonewall Inn during a ceremony Wednesday morning.

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The historic gay bar on Christopher Street was designated a national monument last year. 

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The historic designation was updated to recognize the photographer's place in LGBT history.

Midtown »

Festivities kick off this weekend and culminate with the pride march in the Village at the end of June. 

Crown Heights »

The gay teen was attacked by a man as five others watched while he walked after school, police say.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Speyer Legacy School told its gay assistant head of school that he was "not a good fit," a lawsuit says.

Washington Heights »

Dharun Ravi was found guilty in 2012 of bullying his gay roommate at Rutgers, leading to his suicide. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The store at 715 Ninth Ave. is one of the retailer's two remaining outposts in the country

Fort Greene »

The Ingersoll Senior Residences will offer services specifically for the LGBT community.

Greenwich Village »

Where to go and what to do to celebrate Pride in New York City this year.

Astoria »

Pedro Julio Serrano said a car company wouldn't let him ride in their Jeep holding a rainbow flag.

Chelsea »

The tour will "revisit and rethink many of the stereotypes... about the LGBT community in NYC."

West Village »

A transgender woman was attacked in the bathroom of historic gay bar The Stonewall Inn, police said.

West Village »

Preservationists have been asking the city to landmark the gay bar, but the state beat them to it.

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Activists and health workers want more services and outreach, especially for trans people of color.