• Dave Harmon, PW editor

Reversing Trump, Stonewall NHP to be allowed to permanently fly rainbow Pride flag

Reversing a decision by the Trump administration, the National Park Service will allow a rainbow flag to be flown permanently on federal property at the Stonewall National Monument in New York, the site of a 1969 uprising that helped launch the modern gay rights movement.

“I’m super excited that this is happening,” Steven Love Menendez, a gay rights activist and National Park Service volunteer who helped lead the fight, said this morning.

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