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National Park Service Studies Historic LGBTQ Sites For Possible Recognition

WASHINGTON ? The National Park Service released a new study on Tuesday that surveys historic sites in the movement for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer rights for potential preservation and protections. The study identifies the locations and events most important to LGBTQ history, a first step to potentially recognizing them for listing in the National Historic Register or designation as a monument.
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