NYPD commissioner apologizes for raid that led to Stonewall riots squib

NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill kicked off Pride Month with an apology for the actions that started the Stonewall riots 50 years ago. The riots began with a police raid of a Greenwich Village bar in June 1969, and became a seminal moment in the LGBTQ movement. Watch his remarks here.
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