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Press Clips: Stonewall Inn Removes Anheuser-Busch Products; Flying Embers Names Nick Lundquist Chief of Sales

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The owners of the Stonewall Inn - the historic bar in New York City where a 1969 uprising sparked the LGBTQ community's fight for equality and is commemorated every June during Pride month - are removing Anheuser-Busch InBev offerings from the bar in advance of New York's annual Pride march on Sunday, June 27.
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Stonewall Inn Dumps Bud Light in Protest of AB InBev Anti-LGBTQ+ Donations

Stonewall Inn Dumps Bud Light in Protest of AB InBev Anti-LGBTQ+ Donations

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New York's historic Stonewall Inn, recognized as the first LGBTQ+ National Historic Landmark and the site of the 1969 riots that sparked the gay rights movement, has announced it will pour Anheuser-Busch beers down the drain during Pride week in protest of the brewer's political contributions.
Corporations that have embraced rainbow-flag advertising yet contributed millions to anti-LGTBQ+ politicians are the source of contention. A study conducted by the Corporate Accountability Action project showed that, between 2015 and 2020, Anheuser-Busch donated approximately $35,000 to 29...
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