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The storefront at 51 Christopher St., once integral to the Stonewall Inn, reenters LGBTQ+ history as the Stonewall National Monument’s new visitor center. After serving various purposes since the historic 1969 uprising, including stints as a bagel shop and clothing store, it now stands as a pivotal site.

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Long-vacant storefront that once housed part of the Stonewall Inn reclaims place in LGBTQ+ history

The storefront at 51 Christopher St., once integral to the Stonewall Inn, reenters LGBTQ+ history as the Stonewall National Monument’s new visitor center. After serving various purposes since the historic 1969 uprising, including stints as a bagel shop and clothing store, it now stands as a pivotal site. The center, opening on the rebellion’s anniversary, aims to educate about its significance, featuring artifacts and interactive exhibits. Spearheaded by Pride Live and the National Park Service, funded largely by private donations, it honors the Stonewall legacy and its impact on LGBTQ+ rights in the United States.

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