Inlaws & Outlaws Screenings

Equality Toledo at the Gish Theater
Bowling Green OH

On Tuesday, January 22 2008, Inlaws & Outlaws comes to the Gish Theater at Bowling Green University in Ohio.

Brought to Bowling Green by Equality Toledo, the screening will begin at 7:00pm and is free to attend, however donations will be accepted. All are welcome!

Venue: (Click address for map)

Gish Film Theater & Gallery
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43403

On Campus Directions:
Located in Hanna Hall, first floor
Bowling Green State University
Park in Lot A, corner of South College Drive
and East Wooster Street.

This is the first of two screenings presented by Equality Toledo & Equality Ohio. The second screening takes place on Wednesday, January 23 at the Downtown Latte in Toledo. Click here for more information.

This screening is presented by the following organizations:

EqualityToledo works for equality for all Ohioans regardless of their marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, through education, anti-defamation efforts, and activism.

EqualityToledo began as a response to the passage of Ohio’s Issue 1 amendment in November 2004. The founding members were actively involved in opposing Issue 1 and educating our communities about the harmful consequences of its passage.

The Women’s Center at Bowling Green State University is the product of 20 years of advocacy by community members who understood the need for such a space at BGSU. Ultimately, a proposal to institute a Women’s Center attained approval by the University Administration in 1995.

Since opening in 1998, the Women’s Center has been a vital and welcomed asset to the university and community. It serves as a gathering place, a resource center, and a meeting space for many independent campus organizations. It also provides volunteer and internship opportunities, and keeps the community informed and educated regarding women’s issues.

Equality Ohio envision an Ohio where everyone feels at home; living in families and communities where equality, diversity and inclusiveness are universally valued; and where government protects all people and responds to their needs, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity or expression.

Equality Ohio serve as an advocate and champion for fair treatment and equal opportunity for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender citizens through empowerment, facilitation and collaboration.


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