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Stonewall: the beginning of The gay emancipation

It was the beginning of the Gay emancipation: The riots in New York's "Stonewall Inn"-Bar marks the thirtieth to the fiftieth Time. An exhibition commemorates the leader of a new Generation.

she was a Model for Andy Warhol. It was called the "mayor of Christopher Street“, the street in Greenwich Village, at the Bar "Stonewall Inn" is located. And it was supposed to, the Drag Queen, Marsha P. Johnson, the supposedly - or maybe not - in the first night of the riots, a shot glass in the Bar-mirror thrown in. The trigger of the resistance against police violence. Securitised in the securitisation is in any case, her fight for the rights of Gays and lesbians.

Marsha P. Johnson - the P stands for "Pay it no mind", "just ignore it". They insisted on the uniqueness, on their artistic Vision and their resistance to the Status Quo. And this quote from her: "no one has Tomorrow promised“ - it feels still up to date.

exhibition in honor of Marsha P. Johnson

"Nobody promised you tomorrow" - no one has chosen a Morning promise, the Carmen Hermo, together with four other curators as the title of the exhibition. A title, a political, a militant exhibition.

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