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The Stonewall riots also referred to as the Stonewall uprising or the Stonewall rebellion were a series of spontaneous demonstrations by members of the gay LGBT community [note 1] in response to a police raid that began in the early morning hours of June 28, , at the Stonewall Inn in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan , New York City. Patrons of the Stonewall, other Village lesbian and gay bars, and neighborhood street people fought back when the police became violent. The riots are widely considered to constitute one of the most important events leading to the gay liberation movement   and the twentieth century fight for LGBT rights in the United States. Gay Americans in the s and s faced an anti-gay legal system. These influences, along with the progressive environment of Greenwich Village , served as catalysts for the Stonewall riots. Very few establishments welcomed gay people in the s and s.
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A wake for the places that defined our lives here — that gave us community and let us try on new identities in return for our money. All gone. And sadly, probably, more to come before the city returns to its purpose: a place of gathering. DJ Alejandro Bouza:. I was incredibly humbled every time I walked inside, thinking that a kid from Argentina could end up DJ-ing here. Tuesday was a very salsa-heavy night.
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It operated from to It opened in the old premises of the Fillmore East ,  a built, former-theater-turned-classic- rock-and-roll venue of the late s and early s, at Second Avenue at 6th Street. The Saint was opened by Bruce Mailman  and his business partner and his architectural designer, Charles Terrell.
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