A June 1969 uprising at the Stonewall Inn in Manhattan is often considered to be the beginning of the gay liberation movement in the United States. In June 1999, U.S. President Bill Clinton declared the anniversary of the Stonewall uprising every June as Pride Month in the United States.
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Norwood, Massachusetts, is the town everyone returns to. With a stable population that always seems to hover around 30,000, the folklore among locals is that “more people have been born and died in Norwood than anywhere else.”
How can Norwood live up to its loyal reputation as the younger generation grows up? For Kate Tigue, head of youth services at Norwood’s Morrill Memorial Library, it’s all about keeping the town, specifically the library, a welcoming place for everyone.