Visit Stonewall From Home
Before the parties and parades, there was Stonewall. It's the reason we have a Pride today, and it's important to know our LGBTQ+ ancestry and the history of our fight for equal rights. While you can't visit the Stonewall National Monument in person this year, you can visit virtually via Stonewall Forever.
The interactive online exhibit is incredibly powerful, displaying NYC's Christopher Park in augmented reality with a rainbow of shattered prisms shooting out from the ground. As you move closer to the prisms, you start to hear chilling soundbites from protests and iconic media interviews. Each prism and band of color contains historic photos and videos documenting everything from the Stonewall riots to activism today. And after you travel through each color, you have the chance to add your own memory to the exhibit in a new prism.