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              Top: “Police Riot, Lincoln Park, Chicago, 1968.” Two photographs shot in color of
              a redheaded protester, August 28, 1968, in the crowd surging through Lincoln Park
              during the Democratic National Convention. The Police Riot at the Democratic Con-
              vention caused citizens to fight back in the streets, and this, in turn, emboldened
              homosexuals ten months later to fight back against the NYPD at the Stonewall Rebel-
              lion, June 1969. Bottom: The Reverend Jim Kane photographed in Colorado Springs
              for his 1970 Christmas card at a time when exchanging personally made gay Christmas
              greetings was the custom not yet undone by political correctness. Photographs by Jack
              Fritscher. ©Jack Fritscher



























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