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StoryCorps: Stonewall Riots

This text is a conversation between Michael Levine and his friend‚ Matthew Merlin. Levine was present at the Stonewall Riots of 1969‚ a pivotal moment in the movement for gay and lesbian rights in the United States. This conversation was recorded for StoryCorps‚ a nonprofit oral history organization seeking to collect and preserve the diverse stories of people throughout the United States.
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Michael Levine and Matthew Merlin
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