Inlaws & Outlaws Screenings

Montana Human Rights Network
Helena, MT

The Montana Human Rights Network and Montana Pride 2012 present a special community screening of Inlaws & Outlaws on Wednesday, May 23, at 7 pm. The screening will be presented at Plymouth Congregational Church in Helena..

Drew EmeryFilmmaker Drew Emery will join the audience for a Q&A and facilitated discussion after the film.

As part of the conversation involving the Helena Non-discrimination Ordinance, this film gives insight into the human relationships that surround us - and the normalcy that is desired by equality movements and campaigns. This Helena screening is paired with a second screening in Bozeman on Friday, May 25th.

What: Montana Human Rights Network
Community Screening
When:Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012
7 pm
Where: Plymouth Congregational Church
400 South Oakes, Helena , MT 59601
How: Free and open to all

Inlaws & Outlaws screenings in Montana this month:

About the Montana Human Rights Network:

In response to white supremacist organizing in Montana in the late 1980s, local groups formed to counter hate activity in their communities. In June of 1990, activists from these groups came together to discuss effective strategies for statewide activity countering bigotry. The result was a commitment to form the Montana Human Rights Network Over the years, as hate groups have appealed to the "hot-button" social issues of the mainstream, the Network has expanded its program to counter the efforts of the militias, freemen and other "patriots," anti-Indian groups, anti-environmental activists, and the religious right in Montana.

About the Plymouth Congregational Church:

Plymouth Congregational Church is a warm welcoming congregation in Helena, Montana. No matter who you are or where you are on your journey, you are welcome here! Check us out on Facebook or check our events calendar. Questions? Call our office at 406-442-9883 or email us.

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