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While King is the face of the civil rights movement, he relied on a coalition of allies to make the movement possible, from ministers to activists, politicians to labor unions. Born in , Rustin was an early " freedom rider " in the s and quickly rose to prominence in the burgeoning civil rights movement of the '50s and '60s. He is credited with organizing the Montgomery Bus Boycott in and the March on Washington in , throughout which time he and King built a friendship. In a essay published the year he died and recently reposted at the Advocate , Rustin elaborated upon how his homosexuality affected both their friendship and Rustin's place within the movement. King felt about gayness except to say that I'm sure he would have been sympathetic and would not have had the prejudicial view," wrote Rustin. He never felt it necessary to discuss that with me.
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12 Women Who Were Instrumental to the LGBTQ+ Rights Movement

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12 Women Who Were Instrumental to the LGBTQ+ Rights Movement

Originally published on Catalyst. What a day to make us feel such pride! We're celebrating the Supreme Court ruling legalizing marriage for all Americans, no matter their gender or sexual orientation. Here are the activists who have helped us get here. LGBT people are still not fully equal under the law, but these 10 amazing individuals took great strides to get us a little bit closer.
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In Newly Found Audio, A Forgotten Civil Rights Leader Says Coming Out 'Was An Absolute Necessity'

From s civil rights activist Bayard Rustin to Chicago's first black female and lesbian mayor, Lori Lightfoot, black LGBTQ Americans have long made history with innumerable contributions to politics, art, medicine and a host of other fields. Bentley was a gender-bending performer during the Harlem Renaissance. Donning a top hat and tuxedo, Bentley would sing the blues in Harlem establishments like the Clam House and the Ubangi Club. According to a belated obituary published in , The New York Times said Bentley, who died in at the age of 52, was " Harlem's most famous lesbian " in the s and "among the best-known black entertainers in the United States.
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Like so many movements that start at the grassroots level and evolve into something groundbreaking and global, it's taken a village to bring the LGBTQ community to where it is in Although the Stonewall Riots of are largely credited for kicking off the gay-liberation movement , the seeds were being sown long before the first brick was thrown. No list could possibly do justice to all the movers and history makers who have stood on the front lines during the ongoing struggle, so we've narrowed things down to 12 who played major roles in the gains the LGBTQ community has made in the last 50 years. The modern gay rights movement was closely tied to the Black civil rights movement in the s, and Bayard Rustin perhaps best personified the intersection of both causes at the time.
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