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Marsha P. Johnson was a beloved transgender activist who was found dead in the Hudson River 25 years ago. It was ruled a suicide.

Investigating the death of Marsha P. Johnson, known as the Rosa Parks of the LGBT movement

Marsha P. Johnson was a beloved transgender activist who was found dead in the Hudson River 25 years ago. It was ruled a suicide.

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