Where? 155 N. Wacker Dr., Chicago
First television documentary to tell the history of Chicago's LGBT citizens. Originally broadcast on PBS, its timeline spans from the Civil War through present day. This parallel history of the city and its LGBT community tells a story of invisibility, oppression, devastation, revolution and triumph.
To kick off Pride Month, please join us for a screening of the documentary, followed by a panel discussion with the co-producers of the film, Alexandra Sillets and Dan Andries, along with Jill Austin, co-curator of the companion exhibit at the Chicago History Museum entitled Out in Chicago.
Alexandra, Dan and Jill will take your questions on Chicago's parallel LGBT history and discuss the making of the film. A happy hour and DVD signing will follow.
Make a Difference Partner, Dating, Discussion, Education, Film, Gay, Lesbian, Senior, Transgender, Youth
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