LGBTQ+ Generations: films & conversations

October 21, 2021

Please join us for this 3-session series of short films that focus on conversations among the generations about LGBTQ+ experiences. For each session, we’ll watch a short film and then engage in facilitated, small-group conversations focusing on LGBTQ+-affirming explorations of gender and sexuality.

This series will be convened on Zoom on three Friday afternoons in November (Nov. 5, 12, and 19) from 4:00 to 5:30 PM (ET)  Update:  The selected short films for this series are–

  • For November 5:  The LGBTQ+ Generation Gap (“The Gap”)  Older and younger members of the LGBTQ+ community pair up for conversations about their different perspectives and experiences.
  • For November 12:  Tell-By Date  A trans father struggles with telling his young son that he’s not his biological father, and finds he must confront his own father along the way.
  • For November 19:  Take Me to Prom: True Stories from 7 Different Decades  A look at LGBTQ+ experiences of the adolescent milestone of prom through personal stories spanning 70 years.

We encourage you to REGISTER for this free online series by completing the Eventbrite form below!  There is no charge for the “tickets” for this series. Please note that there are 3 different events in this series. You can scroll down within the registration form to register for each session separately.  Please share this link with your friends and invite them to register as well.

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Registrants will receive the link to the movie and to the Zoom discussion on the day of the event.

This series is being organized by the Interactivity Foundation in partnership with the Capitol Hill Village, a member-driven, volunteer-based local organization that engages neighbors in the Capitol Hill neighborhood to build a vibrant, inclusive, and age-friendly community that empowers everyone to thrive and live meaningful, purposeful lives.

Interested in working with us to bring better discussions to your classroom, community or workplace?

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