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A Timeline of the Uprising. Soon, the crowd began throwing bottles at the police. The Stonewall Riots were followed by several days of demonstrations in New York and was the impetus for the formation of the Gay Liberation Front as well as other gay, lesbian and bisexual civil rights organizations. The next year, in , New York's first official gay pride parade set off from Stonewall and marched up 6th Avenue.
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The apology comes just weeks ahead of the milestone anniversary of the raid and the rebellion it sparked the night of June , , as patrons and others fought back against officers and a social order that kept gay life in the shadows. The New York Police Department was facing calls to apologize from organizers of what is expected to be a massive LGBT Pride celebration in the city this year — and from organizers of an alternative Stonewall anniversary march. City Council Speaker Corey Johnson, who is gay, had also said the department should apologize. Police participate in and protect its annual parade, but the lack of a formal apology from the department for the raid — the very event that gay pride marches commemorate each June — has hung over the collaboration, Fallarino said.