LGBT Rights: 1967

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Los Angeles police violently raid gay bars in Hollywood on New Year’s Eve, seriously injuring patrons and staff.

Young gay rights activists in Los Angeles form Personal Rights in Defense of Education (PRIDE) to organize public protests against police harassment. The group soon disbands but three members transform the PRIDE newsletter into a national gay rights newspaper called The Advocate.

In Nadler v. Nadler, an appellate court rules that courts cannot consider a parents unfit solely because of their sexual orientation.