The month of June has long been LGBTQIA+ Pride Month in honor of the Stonewall riots, which took place in New York City in June 1969.
In honor of Pride Month, the Museum will celebrate LGBTQIA+ history with an installation under the dome with over two dozen pride flags from local gay activist Bruce Lang's extensive collection on display.
The 27 flags hung in the Museum's Rotunda represent a selection of gender and sexual identities within the broader LGBTQIA+ community and feature notable flags from social movements and historic moments in the fight for equal rights.
The installation will be up for the entire month of June. All are welcome and encouraged to come, take in the array of colors, and learn more about the history of the LGBTQIA+ community.
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