Welcome to our neighborhood
Join the conversation! Upload your comments and photo."Many of our struggles for rights, freedom and even life played out on these streets. Long before the Internet, the Castro became the place for us to meet and exchange ideas. Even today we hold protests, celebrations, and vigils here. It's not just a neighborhood, it's a town square of our movement and a heritage that belongs to all of us." == Kenneth Wingard, Castro business owner and sculptor.
Mazza, Joe. (artist)
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AIDS Education Collection
Welcome to our neighborhood.
BlacksGay cultureGay menSocial acceptance
Our Love/STOP AIDS Project
San Francisco, California, USA
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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