Changed immigration polices,changed the quota system and instead brought families together and skilled labors
Arms Forces Naturalizing Act
October 24 1968
Declares anyone regardless of age or race shall recieve citizenship through naturalization
June 28, 1969
It was a series of confrontation between the police and gay rights activists which happened outside a gay bar (Stonewall Inn) in Greenwhich Village a section of NYC. As riots progressed so did the gay rights movemnt internationally.
First Gay pride parade
June 28, 1970
A parade to recongnize the on year anniversery of the sone wall riots build a safe community for those who identify as the LBGTQ which started at 53 christopher street and rally up 6th avenue of centeral park and it was the first ever gay pride parade
1973: Supreme Court Case Roe v. Wade
January 28, 1973
The supreme court case that gave the right for to choose to get an abortion if they want to, and a statue of texas was taken down that represented the ban of abortion
April 2, 1974
First openly gay candidate to run a successfully for political office in the U.S
Equal Educational Opportunities Act
August 21, 1974
prohibits discrimination against Staff and students and is against segergation of students and everysingle student has an equaly opertunity despite race or color.
Approx. November 6, 1977
Harvey Milk ran for office in california and was against prop 6 which ban gay or lesbian teachers from working into public schools. He fought against it and won a year later and in that year he was assinated.
National March on Washington for Leasbain and Gay rights
October 14, 1979
A march between 75,000-125,000 of people who are part of the LBGTQ who went to washington and demanded for equal rights