Inlaws & Outlaws Screenings

Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY

SUThe LGBT Resource Center and LGBT Studies Program and Minor of Syracuse University present a special screening of Inlaws & Outlaws on Thursday, February 10th, at 7:30 pm. The screening will be presented at Gifford Auditorium in H.B. Crouse Hall on the main quad of North Campus of the University (see map below).

Drew Emery Following the screening, filmmaker Drew Emery will join the audience for a Q&A and discussion. Originally a native of Syracuse, Emery is currently on tour with the film to mark this year's Freedom to Marry Week. Thus far, Inlaws & Outlaws has been screened at over 400 community screening's as part of the film's Hearts + Minds Campaign.

What: SU LGBT Resource Center
& LGBT Studies Program
present a free community screening
When:Thursday, February 10th
7:30 pm
Where: Syracuse University
Gifford Auditorium at H.B.C.

North Campus Quad, Syracuse, NY 13224
How: Free and open to all!

Join us! If your organization is interested in co-sponsoring this event, contact Chase Catalano here.

About the SU LGBT Resource Center:

LGBT Resource Center The LGBT Resource Center offers a variety of programs and services to students, staff, faculty, and alumni at Syracuse University, as well as the greater Syracuse community, addressing the needs and concerns of the LGBTQA community. Their website offers links to ways you can get involved in various programs, discussion groups, or student organizations. During the academic year, the Center is open Monday through Friday: 8:30 am-5:00 pm and Thursday Evenings: 8:00-10:00 pm.

About Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies at Syracuse University:

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies minor program of Syracuse University introduces students to the interdisciplinary field of LGBT Studies. The minor is open and welcoming to all students and offers a sustained opportunity to learn about LGBT experience, history, and scholarship and explore fundamental questions about sexualities, bodies, identities, communities, social movements, and liberation politics.

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