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OUT: An LGBTQA+ Film Lecture Series

In the 1980s, the vibrant world of LGBTQA+ activism rose alongside films that brought queer lived experiences and histories to the public eye for the first time. Documentaries captured marginalized queer communities as they carved out spaces for themselves, from the ballrooms of Harlem to political offices in San Francisco. In these spaces, creativity and grit became sources of survival and resistance. This November, we explore documentary as a medium for subversion and antidote to erasure in the movement for LGBTQA+ rights. Join us for this series of Movie Mondays at Citizen, our event space in the heart of the Mississippi neighborhood.

Tickets $5
Beer provided by Coalition Brewing


Nov. 6 – Paris is Burning (1990)
Nov. 13 – How to Survive a Plague (2012)
Nov. 20 – The Times of Harvey Milk (1984)

The Media Institute for Social Change is a 501(c)3 non profit, educational organization. This series is intended for educational purposes only.