Alexei Romanoff

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In 1967, undercover cops raided a New Year’s Eve party at the Black Cat Tavern in Silver Lake, arresting gay patrons.

Remembering the Black Cat protest for gay rights, 50 years later

In 1967, undercover cops raided a New Year’s Eve party at the Black Cat Tavern in Silver Lake, arresting gay patrons.

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