Pioneering trans rights activist Marsha P. Johnson celebrated with Google Doodle to mark the end of Pride Month

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Marsha P. Johnson, the pioneering trans activist and Stonewall icon, has been honoured on the last day of Pride Month with a Google Doodle. A Black trans woman, civil rights activist, drag queen and sex worker, Johnson is most well-known for her involvement in the 1969 Stonewall uprising. Who was Marsha P. Johnson? Having...

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