Stonewall at Ingersoll: Black Community Feels LGBT Community is Insensitive

Stonewall House, named for the 1969 Stonewall Inn Uprising in 1969 which many consider the kickoff to the modern American gay civil rights movement, is at 112 St. Edwards Street, just north of Myrtle Avenue and Fort Greene Park in the heart of NYCHA’s Historically Black Ingersoll Houses. …

Rendering of Stonewall, an LGBTQ-welcoming affordable housing project in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. COURTESY OF BFC
Kings County Politics

Stonewall House, named for the 1969 Stonewall Inn Uprising in 1969 which many consider the kickoff to the modern American gay civil rights movement, is at 112 St. Edwards Street, […]

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