Special Pride Month film showing Latino Beginnings

  • Posted on: 7 June 2010
  • By: radicalwomen

Thursday, June 17, 7:30pmSpecial Pride Month film showing
Latino Beginnings
This moving documentary follows three young Latina/o queers as they confront and overcome barriers to acceptance in their communities. Profiled are: Jesse, an openly gay college student in New Mexico; Marisol, an ex-soldier worried about coming out to her mother in Los Angeles; and Gustavo, a performer in the Miami drag scene. The 45-minute film, released in 2005, explores a number of issues associated with being gay, being Latino, and being unashamed of being different. Add you views and experiences in discussion! $2.00 donation requested for movie • Come early to enjoy a tasty supper, with vegan option, served at 6:30pm for a $7.50 donation.New Freeway Hall, 5018 Rainier Ave. S., Seattle
4 blocks south of S. Alaska St., at Hudson stop of #7 bus. A short walk east from Columbia City light rail station.
For info, rides or childcare, call 206-722-6057 • Rwseattle@mindspring.comwww.RadicalWomen.org