All We've Got- Post Screening Discussion

Attendees should watch the film prior to this event. Shortly after you register you will be sent a link to watch the film.

All We've Got is a recent film by Alexis Clements that explores the closure of LGBTQI+ spaces across the United States, from bars to community centers to bookstores. Since 2010, over 100 bars, bookstores, and community spaces where LGBTQ+ women gather have closed. Clements' film seeks to better understand why this is happening, and why some spaces have managed to stay open despite the odds. Taking us from Brooklyn, NY to Oklahoma City and San Antonio, Texas, the film explores LGBTQ+ spaces and communities in order to better understand why having a place to gather matters, particularly for marginalized groups.

Register by: 2/11/2021
When 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm on Thursday, February 11, 2021
Contact Name Olivia McCargar
Contact Email
Contact Organization Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Fees Free