The Landmark Society of Western New York will mark Rochester Pride Week 2018 with a free walking tour of key sites in the early LGBTQ movement at 6:30 p.m. on July 19.
Meet at Rochester City Hall, 30 Church St., to discover the story of the LGBTQ resistance movement in the 1970s. The tour will continue to Genesee Crossroads Park, 100 State St., before ending at St. Lukes/St. Simon Cyrene Episcopal Church, 17 S. Fitzhugh St.
The Landmark Society launched an initiative in 2016 to educate the Rochester community about the local LGBTQ movement. Outside of New York City, Rochester has the largest LGBTQ population in the state.