New Docuseries Traces the Importance of America's Vanishing Lesbian Bars
In 1987, there were an estimated 206 lesbian bars across the U.S. Phoenix's Boycott Bar is one of fewer than two dozen that remain today.
The History of Saloons Helps Understand the Social Harm of the Pandemic
"In the century and a half after the founding, saloons continued to be a key social institution, places of business, leisure, and community for many men—until Prohibition wiped them out, destroying in one fell stroke the cultural and economic infrastructure they had long provided."
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