QUEBEC | In 1989, 23-year-old Joe Rose and a friend boarded a Montreal bus home in the early morning hours. What happened next would be described as a turning point for the LGBTQ+ rights movement in Quebec.Recommended resources for further reading:Prejudice to pride: The forgotten murder of Joe Rose, by Richard Burnett, special to the Montreal GazetteSex Garage raid a turning point in Montreal’s LGBT activism by Richard Burnett, special to the Montreal GazetteHIV basics from Catie.ca (Canada’s source for HIV and hepatitis C information)People living with HIV in Canada: infographic [PDF]Canadian True Crime donates monthly. This month’s donation has gone to:Interligne.co - offers 24/7 support to LGBTQ + people in both English and French, as well as their loved ones and staff in community, school, health and social services.2SLGBTQIA+ Youth hotline: text or phone 1 888 505-1010 - there are no taboo subjects :)Podcast recommendation:Framed - An Investigative StoryThanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes here Looking for ad-free episodes? Become a supporter!Access early episodes, without the ads plus bonus content and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn moreCredits: Research and 2SLGBTQIA+ content advise: Eliot Newton / GenderbanditWriting: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsSpecial thanks to Timecop 1983 for use of Gone and Memories (first two tracks used) from the albums Lovers Parts 1 and 2.Social medias:Facebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehello All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes.
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