It's all pride in Houston this month and you can sense everyone's excitement. T-Mobile and the Stonewall Museum have teamed up to tell stories of those who were integral to this monumental event in LGBTQ history.
This year we honor and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. Activists such as Marsha P. Johnson, a black, transgender woman started the riots when she threw a shot glass at a mirror during a police raid of the Stonewall Inn in 1969. The following year she opened a shelter to help gay, transgender, and non-conforming youth.
T-Mobile stands with the LGBTQ community and rallies for nothing less than acceptance as we remember the past, embrace the present and headed towards the unified future.
T-Mobile believes "pride is about allyship, not taking advantage to "make a sale."
So before you head out to the Pride Parade on Saturday, June 22nd, visit stonewallmuseum.org and read the touching stories of those who made all this possible.
Head over to T-Mobile's website to find out how you can support this movement.