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In Hispanic Heritage Month, Let’s Remember Gay Rights Pioneer Tony Segura

In the very earliest years of America’s East Coast-based gay movement, long before Stonewall, a Cuban immigrant was arguably the central organizer for the struggle. His name was Tony Segura, and this National Hispanic Heritage Month, it’s time to give him his due. Born in Cuba in 1919, Gonzalo Segura Jr. would occasionally use his given name, but more often he went by Tony.
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