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Published on Aug 1, 2012
The Story of the Julius' Sip-In
Please enjoy this student project by Neal Brower, Elaine McGuinness, and Sam Siberini:
In Greenwich Village in the 1960s, bars were not allowed to serve openly gay customers. To draw attention to this issue, some brave men staged a "sip-in." Tom Bernardin, a long-time patron of Julius', tells the story. Archival material from PBS.