The modern Lesbian/Gay/Bi-sexual/Trans/Queer movement began as a rebellion against police harassment 40 years ago this month. Throughout the '70s, the queer movement stood at the center of coalition-building that addressed the oppression of lesbian and gays in the context of the multiple oppressions we faced. At this time, queer radicals, feminists and people of color reached out and made historic alliances with other groups facing discrimination and injustice in their daily lives. On this the 40th anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion, you are invited to attend a special meeting of the Freedom Socialist Party entitled, "The Radical Roots of Queer Liberation." After a multi-generational presentation with activists in the queer movement, there will be a discussion of what we can learn from the struggles of queers as women, workers, people of color and immigrants, with a special emphasis on the relationship between Queer Liberation and feminism. Admission free. Brunch of Curiously Queer Cuisine at 1:00pm for a donation of $9 (work exchanges available). Meeting starts at 2:00pm at Freedom Hall, 113 West 128th Street, New York, NY 10027. For information call 212-222-0633 or email  fsp@nyct.net