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My Parade Is Not Thru

Ed Weidman

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Tags: flag photographs, umbrella photographs, new york photographs, gay pride parade photographs, equality photographs, flag canvas prints, umbrella canvas prints, new york canvas prints, gay pride parade canvas prints, equality canvas prints

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Ed Weidman 7 Days Ago

New York, ny - United States

colette thanks for the feature in abstract photography and paintings!

Ed Weidman 7 Days Ago

New York, ny - United States

joe love the feature in photographic art,thank you!

Ed Weidman 7 Days Ago

New York, ny - United States

tina so appreciate the feature in artists best five artworks!

Ed Weidman 7 Days Ago

New York, ny - United States

Robert thanks so much for the great feature in faa featured images!

New York, ny - United States

frank thanks so much for posting that for me,and yes i can see what you mean now! veryyy kind of you to say that,thats an amazing street portrait! henri was an astounding talent

Sandwich, MA - United States

This is the image yours reminds me of (Henri Cartier-Bresson's work) http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/photographs/henri-cartier-bresson-independence-day-cape-cod-massachusetts-5314583-details.aspx

New York, ny - United States

aymen thanks for the feature in red and blue!

Toronto, On - Canada

Very nice street series ... well done!

Ed Weidman replied:

thanks so much andrea,was a joy to do

Gary, IN - United States

Great photography ...beautiful work !! V/F/T/G+

Ed Weidman replied:

so appreciated dear mihyoun:)

Maine - United States

Ed this is great street photography Bravo to you and her! VFT

Ed Weidman replied:

thanks for a great compliment bob:)

Spring Glen, NY - United States

Congratulations on your feature in the group "ALL ABOUT NEW YORK"...well done!

Ed Weidman replied:

thank you pamela!

Koh Samui, su - Thailand

fantastic image v/f and my cat for today

Ed Weidman replied:

thanks so much michelle!

Sandwich, MA - United States

Such a wonderful portrait! Reminds me of the famous Cartier-Bresson image -- http://www.magnumphotos.com/C.aspx?VP3=SearchResult_VPage&RAQF=1&IT=ZoomImage01_VForm&IID=2S5RYD1UEGB&ALID=2K7O3R14TE52&PN=30&CT=Album Featured in Street Photography.

Ed Weidman replied:

wow,thank you so much frank,too kind of you! i was trying to use the link but couldnt get it,wondering what photo of cartiers it reminded you of:)

Fredericksburg, VA - United States

Wonderful Fourth of July submission. I love this photo. What an inspiration!!!

Ed Weidman replied:

so nice of you to say leslie,thank you!

Coram, ny - United States

thank you so much barbara,really appreciate your words and features and support-happy fourth to u:)

Grand Forks, BC - Canada

My CAT for MOUSE, what inspiration!! Love it!

Grand Forks, BC - Canada

Congratulations your fantastic story art has been FEATURED in MOUSE!! It is always a pleasure to review your wonderful submissions. Thank you for your participation in MOUSE! Cheers, Barbara

Langhorne, PA - United States

very interesting image.........cool.!!.................allen

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Title

My Parade Is Not Thru

Artist

Ed Weidman

Medium

Photograph - Photographs

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new york gay pride parade participant shows you're never too old to enjoy life
The LGBT Pride March is an annual march more commonly referred to as the Pride Parade in New York City, traversing southward down Fifth Avenue and ending at Greenwich Village. The March passes by the site of the Stonewall Inn on Christopher Street, location of the 1969 police raid which launched the modern Gay Rights Movement.[1]

The March, PrideFest (the festival) and the Dance on the Pier are the main events of Pride Week in New York City LGBT Pride Week. Since 1984, Heritage of Pride (HOP) has been the producer and organizer of Pride Events in New York City.Early on the morning of Saturday, 28 June 1969, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons rioted following a police raid on the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar at 43 Christopher Street, New York City. This riot and further protests and rioting over the following nights were the watershed moment in modern LGBT rights movement and the impetus for organizing LGBT pride marches on a much larger public scale.

On November 2, 1969, Craig Rodwell, his partner Fred Sargeant, Ellen Broidy, and Linda Rhodes proposed the first pride march to be held in New York City by way of a resolution at the Eastern Regional Conference of Homophile Organizations (ERCHO) meeting in Philadelphia.[3]

"That the Annual Reminder, in order to be more relevant, reach a greater number of people, and encompass the ideas and ideals of the larger struggle in which we are engaged-that of our fundamental human rights-be moved both in time and location.


We propose that a demonstration be held annually on the last Saturday in June in New York City to commemorate the 1969 spontaneous demonstrations on Christopher Street and this demonstration be called CHRISTOPHER STREET LIBERATION DAY. No dress or age regulations shall be made for this demonstration.


We also propose that we contact Homophile organizations throughout the country and suggest that they hold parallel demonstrations on that day. We propose a nationwide show of support.[4][5][6][7]
All attendees to the ERCHO meeting in Philadelphia voted for the march except for Mattachine Society of New York, which abstained.[4] Members of the Gay Liberation Front (GLF) attended the meeting and were seated as guests of Rodwell's group, Homophile Youth Movement in Neighborhoods (HYMN).[8]
There was little open animosity, and some bystanders applauded when a tall, pretty girl carrying a sign "I am a Lesbian" walked by. � The New York Times coverage of Gay Liberation Day, 1970[19]
Christopher Street Liberation Day on June 28, 1970 marked the first anniversary of the Stonewall riots with an assembly on Christopher Street and the first LGBT Pride march in U.S. history, covering the 51 blocks to Central Park. The march took less than half the scheduled time due to excitement, but also due to wariness about walking through the city with gay banners and signs. Although the parade permit was delivered only two hours before the start of the march, the marchers encountered little resistance from onlookers.[20] The New York Times reported (on the front page) that the marchers took up the entire street for about 15 city blocks.[19] Reporting by The Village Voice was positive, describing "the out-front resistance that grew out of the police raid on the Stonewall Inn one year ago".[21]

Since 1984, Heritage of Pride (HOP) has been the producer and organizer of Pride Events in New York City

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