Inlaws & Outlaws Screenings

University of Central Oklahoma
Edmond, OK

gatelogo.gifThe Gay Alliance for Tolerance & Equality (GATE) at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond will present a special screening of Inlaws & Outlaws as part of its Equality Week programming.

The screening will be presented in the Pegasus Theatre in the Liberal Arts Building (see map below) on Wednesday, April 14th at 7 pm. Admission is free and the general public is invited to join the UCO community for this event.

Who: GATE at University of Central Oklahoma
When: Wednesday, April 14th, 2010
7:00 pm
Where: Pegasus Theatre, Liberal Arts Building
101-199 N Baumann Ave, Edmond 73034
How: Free and open to all

For parking information, go here.

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Inlaws & Outlaws in Oklahoma:

Inlaws & Outlaws had its Oklahoma Premiere at the deadCENTER Film Festival where it won the Grand Jury Award. Following this success, our Oklahoma Outlaws Posse has supported numerous screenings throughout the state, including a limited theatrical run during Oklahoma City Pride, where two of the film's subjects Jane Lighty and Pete-e Petersen were Grand Marshalls in the Pride Parade. In 2007, Oklahoma native and civic leader Bob Lemon became the film's Executive Producer.

About GATE:

The Gay Alliance for Tolerance & Equality (GATE) at the University of Oklahoma is a registered student organization that provides support for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students, faculty, staff members, alumni, and allies at the University of Central Oklahoma, as well as for members of the surrounding communities. For more information, contact Faculty Advisor Dr. David Macey.

GATE sponsors educational programs and advocates tolerance and equality for all people, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. GATE promotes friendship and acceptance by sponsoring social events within a safe environment, and it serves as a liaison between the UCO campus and the wider community through its involvement in student government, campus committees, and off-campus activities and initiatives. GATE also provides information on GLBT issues through forums, public speakers, a resource library, and support groups. In addition, GATE sponsors the UCO Safe-Zone Ally Program, and it collaborates with community organizations on initiatives and programs such as OUT-OK, the annual Oklahoma GLBT Film Festival.

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