June 12 for LGBTQ2

June 12, 1967

The U.S. Supreme Court, hearing Loving v. Virginia, by a unanimous vote, ended state laws that prohibited interracial marriages.

June 12, 1970

David Bowie released the single ‘Memory of a Free Festival’, which featured guitarist Mick Ronson and drummer Mick Woodmansey’s studio debut with Bowie’s band, bringing together the line-up that would shortly record The Man Who Sold the World. The track also featured Marc Bolan on lead guitar and backing vocals.

June 12, 1973

At RCA Studio B in Nashville, Dolly Parton recorded “Jolene.”

1982

Adam Ant amazingly had the #1 song in the U.K. with “Goody Two Shoes”.

1990

Mariah Carey released her monumental debut album on Columbia Records on this date.

In Indianapolis, David Bowie appeared at the Deer Creek Music Center during the North American leg of his Sound & Vision tour.

1992

Singer/vegetarian k.d. lang cancelled a show in Owen Sound, Ontario after local beef farmers threatened to block the parking lot with farm vehicles and tractor-trailer rigs. She had upset the cattlemen by appearing in an advertising campaign that proclaimed “Meat Stinks.”

2003

Van MorrisonQueenLittle Richard and Phil Collins were inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in a New York City ceremony.

2008

At the Bonnaroo festival, Beastie Boys play together for the last time, as Adam Yauch (MCA) is soon diagnosed with cancer.

2016

Omar Mateen, a 29-year-old security guard, killed 49 people and wounded 53 others in a mass shooting inside Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, United States. Orlando Police Department officers shot and killed him after a three-hour standoff.

Orlando nightclub shooting – Wikipedia

2021

https://www.hrw.org/news/2021/06/11/hungary-reject-bill-banning-discussion-lgbt-issuesHungary: Reject Bill Banning Discussion of LGBT Issues | Human Rights WatchHungary’s parliament should reject a bill that would prohibit discussion of gender identity and sexual orientation, and violates Hungary’s international legal obligations.www.hrw.org

https://phl17.com/weekend-philler/phillys-lgbt-chamber-of-commerce-fights-for-inclusion-and-economic-equality/Philly’s LGBT Chamber of Commerce fights for inclusion and economic equality | PHL17.comThe Independence Business Alliance – or Philly IBA – is Greater Philadelphia’s LGBT Chamber of Commerce. It was created with the intent to focus specifically on the needs of the LGBTQIA+ community in this area. They provide resources to LGBTQIA+-owned businesses in the area, as well as LGBTQIA+ employees and visible allies. RELATED: TransWork tackles […]phl17.com

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