Company Tapped to House Migrant Kids Has Sordid History
From the founder’s comment about a racial slur in 1979 to allegations of physical abuse in 2017, VisionQuest has been dogged by controversy.
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The Queer Liberation March Showed a New-Old Way to Do Pride
The first ever Queer Liberation March drew thousands of marchers to New York City’s streets and Central Park to protest police and corporations’ presence on the main parade.
How a Dying Ryan White United Washington on the AIDS Crisis
In the late ’80s, getting Congress or the White House to fund anything having to do with AIDS was a non-starter. Advocates needed a miracle. And they got one.
Stonewall 50 & World Pride: March With Joy, Anger, and Power
The World Pride and Queer Liberation marches take place in NYC today. The mood of the day will rightly mix joy and anger, as LGBTQ people continue our long fight for equality.
BULLY OF THE TOWN
How the Mafia Muscled in and Controlled the Stonewall Inn
Greenwich Village was the Genovese family’s backyard, so of course the mob had a hand in every extra-legal enterprise, starting with bars that catered to gay patrons.
Trump: Drowned Dad & Daughter ‘Would Be Saved’ With Wall
“If they thought it was hard to get in, they wouldn’t be coming up,” Trump said.
Study: CA Migrant Lockups ‘Failing Kids With Disabilities’
Five out of eleven children interviewed at one center in California reported having been pepper-spray by guards.