Marsha P Johnson: Google Doodle celebrates pioneering transgender activist

HomeWorld

Marsha P Johnson: Google Doodle celebrates pioneering transgender activist

Pride Month 2020 has been celebrated across the world during June. But as the month approaches its end, Google has made sure one key person of the

David Graeber, author and activist known for popularizing the phrase 'We are the 99%,' dies
Marsha P Johnson: Google Doodle celebrates pioneering transgender activist
Investigators examining if killing of men's rights activist last week is connected to attack at federal judge's home

Pride Month 2020 has been celebrated across the world during June. But as the month approaches its end, Google has made sure one key person of the LGBT+ community is remembered.

Marsha was part of the 1969 Stonewall Riots and is remembered as a pioneer of the LGBT+ movement in the US.

Marsha was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, on August 24, 1945, before moving to New York City’s Greenwich Village after graduating high school in 1963.

MORE TO FOLLOW. 



COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 0
DISQUS: