Stonewall 50th Anniversary Commemoration
Friday, June 28th, 2019
Celebration of History and Achievement
Stonewall DFL, the official LGBTQ outreach arm of the Minnesota DFL, invites you to join us in commemorating the Stonewall 50th Anniversary.
In the early hours of June 28, 1969, police raided the Stonewall Inn sparking riots from residents and six days of protests. Today Stonewall is recognized as the catalyst for the LGBTQ rights movement around the world. We will honor the significance of the Stonewall 50th Anniversary June 28, 2019, with a special evening reception at the Minnesota History Center.
This commemoration event will bring together community, business, and civic leaders to celebrate Minnesota LGBTQ history and its achievements while recognizing the neverending resolve required to ensure a safe and equitable Minnesota.
Celebration of Neverending Resolve
The journey to equality is never over and our community continues to show a neverending resolve to persevere in face of continued adversity.
Join us Friday, June 28th, 2019
Minnesota History Center • 345 W. Kellogg Boulevard, Saint Paul, MN 55102
Arrivals 7:00 pm • Evening Reception 7:30 pm • Commemoration Program 8:30 pm
Hors d'oeuvres / Cocktails / Live Music
With Special Guests...
Council Woman Andrea Jenkins
Councilwoman Andrea Jenkins of Minneapolis has a decades long track record for fighting for LGBTQ rights. She was elected as the first African American openly trans woman in the country.
U.S. Representative Angie Craig
Representative Angie Craig represents the 2nd congressional district as the highest elected LGBTQ official in the state, and the first lesbian mother in Congress.
Mayor Melvin Carter
City of Saint Paul
Mayor Jacob Frey
City of Minneapolis
Bradley TraynorMaster of Ceremonies
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Reserve your tickets online today!
A variety of tickets and sponsorship options are available in limited quantities.
For questions or to purchase by phone, contact Joshua Switzer at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 501-655-3739.
Musical Performances ...
TCGMC OutLoud! ensemble
Sons of Groove
DJ Madre T Rosa
Honored LGBTQ Public Officials...
Sponsors & Host Committee Members
Aaron Schindler, L.Ac. & Christine Grisham, L.Ac. • Aaron Young • Amy Brendmoen • Andrea Jenkins • Andrew Beeman • Angie Craig • Ann Rest • Brian Baker • Brittany Anderson • Chris Meyer • Dan Livak • Dave Hutchinson • Erica Mauter • Erik Simonson • Erin & Alyse Maye Quade • Erin Murphy • Hunter Cantrell • Iola Kostrzewski • Jason Cassady • Jason Isaacson • John Sullivan • Josh Switzer • Manilan Houle • Matt Klein • Matt Musel • Matt Pelikan • Megan Thomas • Meggie Wittorf • Mitra Jalali Nelson • Molly Johnson • Monica Meyer • Phillipe Cunningham • Rebecca Noecker • Ryan Winkler • Samuel Doten • Scott Dibble & Richard Leyva • Thomas DeVita • Tom Edwards • Trista MatasCastillo • Tyler Moroles