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Freedom to Marry Week 2010

FTM_logo.gifTo mark this year's Freedom to Marry Week, the True Stories Project has donated fifteen screenings of Inlaws & Outlaws to fifteen allied organizations throughout the country — from Friday, February 5th through Valentine's Day, Sunday, February 14th.

DVDs of the film will be available at most screenings with half the proceeds and donations supporting marriage equality advocacy organizations and the social justice work of the screening hosts.

Come see the film -- and tell a friend or two to join us in our fight for full equality.

Freedom to Marry Week Screenings:

Friday, February 5th
Seattle, WA • Gay City Health Project,* 8 pm. Free!

Sunday, February 7th
Seattle, WA • MCC Seattle,* 2:15 pm. Free!

Seattle, WA • University Lutheran Church,* 6:30 pm. Free!

Monday, February 8th
Kennewick, WA • Mid-Columbia Library (Kennewick Branch) 7:30 pm. Free!

Tuesday, February 9th
Seattle, WA • University Baptist Church,* 6:15 pm. Free!

Seattle, WA • Seattle University*, 8 pm. Free and open to all SU students and their guests!

Wednesday, February 10th
Auburn, WA • Green River Community College,* 3 pm. Free!

Williamsburg, VA • College of William & Mary, 7:30 pm. Free!

Thursday, February 11th
Seattle, WA • All Pilgrim's Church,* 7 pm. Free!

Friday, February 12th
Seattle, WA • Camp Ten Trees Offices, 6:30 pm
(Space limited, by invitation only)

Seattle, WA • Saint Mark's Cathedral,* Seattle. 7:30 pm, $3 suggested donation.

Saturday, February 13th
Chicago, IL • Living Well Ministries 3 pm. Free!

Tacoma, WA • First UMC of Tacoma. 7:30 pm. Free!

Sunday, February 14th
Longview, WA • Longview United Methodist Church/Lower Columbia PFLAG 3 pm. Free!

East Wenatchee, WA • Cascade UU Fellowship. 7 pm. Free!

*Filmmaker Drew Emery will be in attendance at these screenings.

Full press release here.

About Freedom to Marry Week:

Established by Freedom to Marry, a national education and advocacy non-profit at the forefront of the fight for full marriage equality in the United States, Freedom to Marry Week is now in it's thirteenth year. From their website: "Every year, right around Valentine's Day, people across the country celebrate Freedom to Marry Week in order to share our stories, reflect on the values of equality and love, while also engaging our neighbors in the movement for equality and fairness."


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