National LGBT 50th Anniversary Celebration reenactment, July 4, 2015, in front of Independence Hall. Photo by Tracy Baim
National LGBT 50th Anniversary Celebration reenactment, July 4, 2015, in front of Independence Hall. Photo by Tracy Baim
National LGBT 50th Anniversary Celebration, July 4, 2015, in front of Independence Hall. Photo by Tracy Baim
National LGBT 50th Anniversary Celebration, July 4, 2015, in front of Independence Hall. Photo by Tracy Baim
Edie Windsor was honored by Equality Forum. Photo by Tracy Baim
Edie Windsor was honored by Equality Forum. Photo by Tracy Baim
Judy and Dennis Shepard were honored by Equality Forum. Photo by Tracy Baim
Judy and Dennis Shepard were honored by Equality Forum. Photo by Tracy Baim
On July 3, WHYY studios screened the documentary Gay Pioneers and Tracy Baim moderated a panel with historians Michael G. Long and Marc Stein, joined by Lazin. Photo by Jean Albright
On July 3, WHYY studios screened the documentary Gay Pioneers and Tracy Baim moderated a panel with historians Michael G. Long and Marc Stein, joined by Lazin. Photo by Jean Albright
July 3, the William Way LGBT Community Center and the Dr. Magnus Hirschfeld Fund hosted an LGBT History Panel Discussion at the National Constitution Center. Photo by Tracy Baim
July 3, the William Way LGBT Community Center and the Dr. Magnus Hirschfeld Fund hosted an LGBT History Panel Discussion at the National Constitution Center. Photo by Tracy Baim
July 3, the William Way LGBT Community Center and the Dr. Magnus Hirschfeld Fund hosted an LGBT History Panel Discussion at the National Constitution Center. Photo by Tracy Baim
July 3, the William Way LGBT Community Center and the Dr. Magnus Hirschfeld Fund hosted an LGBT History Panel Discussion at the National Constitution Center. Photo by Tracy Baim
On July 3, 2015, a Ceremonial American Flag was placed at the Tomb of Unknown Revolutionary Soldier, at Washington Square. Speakers at the solemn affair were Holmes (pictured left), Alva (pictured right), Obergefell and Lazin. Photo by Tracy Baim
On July 3, 2015, a Ceremonial American Flag was placed at the Tomb of Unknown Revolutionary Soldier, at Washington Square. Speakers at the solemn affair were Holmes (pictured left), Alva (pictured right), Obergefell and Lazin. Photo by Tracy Baim
Photo by Tracy Baim
Photo by Tracy Baim
On July 3, historic Christ Church was the site of a National Interfaith Service with a sermon by Bishop Robinson, the first ordained openly gay Episcopal Bishop, the same week that the Episcopal Church approved same-sex marriages in their churches. He was joined by Tynan Power, a transgender Muslim faith leader; Rabbi Linda Holtzman, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College; Rabbi Margot Stein, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College; Reverend Timothy Safford, Christ Church; Reverend Jeffrey Jordan, Pastor, Metropolitan Community Church; and Reverend Susan Richardson, Christ Church. Photo by Tracy Baim
On July 3, historic Christ Church was the site of a National Interfaith Service with a sermon by Bishop Robinson, the first ordained openly gay Episcopal Bishop, the same week that the Episcopal Church approved same-sex marriages in their churches. He was joined by Tynan Power, a transgender Muslim faith leader; Rabbi Linda Holtzman, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College; Rabbi Margot Stein, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College; Reverend Timothy Safford, Christ Church; Reverend Jeffrey Jordan, Pastor, Metropolitan Community Church; and Reverend Susan Richardson, Christ Church. Photo by Tracy Baim
Reminder Days exhibit at the Liberty Bell. Photo by Tracy Baim
Reminder Days exhibit at the Liberty Bell. Photo by Tracy Baim
Reminder Days exhibit at the Liberty Bell. Photo by Tracy Baim.
Reminder Days exhibit at the Liberty Bell. Photo by Tracy Baim.
July 2 wreath-laying at the Gay Pioneers Historical Marker. Attending that event were Jim Obergefell, Malcolm Lazin and three of the 1960s marchers: Paul Kuntzler. John James and Ada Bello. Photo by Tracy Baim
July 2 wreath-laying at the Gay Pioneers Historical Marker. Attending that event were Jim Obergefell, Malcolm Lazin and three of the 1960s marchers: Paul Kuntzler. John James and Ada Bello. Photo by Tracy Baim
Street banner. Photo by Tracy Baim
Street banner. Photo by Tracy Baim
Exhibit on Philadelphia's early gay movement at the National Museum of American Jewish History, included Kameny, Clark Polak and the Janus Society, and Martha Shelley. Photo by Tracy Baim
Exhibit on Philadelphia's early gay movement at the National Museum of American Jewish History, included Kameny, Clark Polak and the Janus Society, and Martha Shelley. Photo by Tracy Baim