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(Watch Live) Marsha P Johnson, a well-known trans activist and Stonewall icon, graces the homepage of the internet in her very own Google Doodle. Johnson is often credited with throwing the first brick during the 1969 Stonewall uprising. While whether that brick was physical or symbolic has been debated, Johnson’s involvement in the advancement of gay rights issues cannot be denied. As a black Trans woman, civil rights activist, drag queen, and sex worker, a Google doodle featuring the ‘Saint of Christopher Street’ is a milestone for many marginalized groups.
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(Watch Live) Marsha P Johnson, a well-known trans activist and Stonewall icon, graces the homepage of the internet in her very own Google Doodle. Johnson is often credited with throwing the first brick during the 1969 Stonewall uprising. While whether that brick was physical or symbolic has been debated, Johnson’s involvement in the advancement of gay rights issues cannot be denied. As a black Trans woman, civil rights activist, drag queen, and sex worker, a Google doodle featuring the ‘Saint of Christopher Street’ is a milestone for many marginalized groups.
(Watch Live) A Black, Gay, Trans, Sex Worker Is Google Doodle's Symbol of Pride
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(Watch Live) Marsha P Johnson, a well-known trans activist and Stonewall icon, graces the homepage of the internet in her very own Google Doodle. Johnson is often credited with throwing the first brick during the 1969 Stonewall uprising. While whether that brick was physical or symbolic has been debated, Johnson’s involvement in the advancement of gay rights issues cannot be denied. As a black Trans woman, civil rights activist, drag queen, and sex worker, a Google doodle featuring the ‘Saint of Christopher Street’ is a milestone for many marginalized groups.
(Watch Live) A Black, Gay, Trans, Sex Worker Is Google Doodle's Symbol of Pride
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(Watch Live) A Black, Gay, Trans, Sex Worker Is Google Doodle's Symbol of Pride

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(Watch Live) Marsha P Johnson, a well-known trans activist and Stonewall icon, graces the homepage of the internet in her very own Google Doodle. Johnson is often credited with throwing the first brick during the 1969 Stonewall uprising. While whether that brick was physical or symbolic has been debated, Johnson’s involvement in the advancement of gay rights issues cannot be denied. As a black Trans woman, civil rights activist, drag queen, and sex worker, a Google doodle featuring the ‘Saint of Christopher Street’ is a milestone for many marginalized groups.