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What places are important to Los Angeles' LGBT history?
What places are important to Los Angeles' LGBT history?
What places are important to Los Angeles' LGBT history?
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What places are important to Los Angeles' LGBT history?
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The history of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) people is an important component of Los Angeles’ social and cultural history. The City has already recognized some of the places that exemplify this history, such as the Black Cat (Historic-Cultural Monument #939), the site of one of the nation’s first documented gay rights demonstrations. SurveyLA needs your help to ensure that lesser known places that are important to LGBT history are documented as well.

Instructions: Use the map above to zoom in and click on the location of the place. Then provide the name and information about why the place is important. Or you can click on “What’s Your Idea” and submit the name and location of the place and information about why it is significant. We are particularly interested in places that do not already have historic designations.

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