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We're Here: A Conversation on the Legacy of Radical Queer Protest

April 3, 2017

Martinson Hall

Member and Partner tickets: $15
Non-member tickets: $30 plus fees

Continuing this season’s exploration of radical movements in American history, Public Forum welcomes prominent figures in the LGBT community to discuss the past, present, and future of the fight for gay rights with work and conversation from David France (reporter, author, & Academy Award-nominated filmmaker for How To Survive a Plague), Elle Hearns (Strategic Partner & organizer for #BlackLivesMatter), Lisa Kron (playwright, performer & Tony Award Winner for Fun Home), Sarah Schulman (novelist, playwright, activist), and more.

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We're Here
A Conversation on the Legacy of Radical Queer Protest
April 3, 2017 at 7:00pm
Martinson Hall

With David France (reporter, author, & Academy Award-nominated filmmaker for How To Survive a Plague), Elle Hearns (Strategic Partner & organizer for #BlackLivesMatter), Lisa Kron (playwright, performer & Tony Award Winner for Fun Home), Sarah Schulman (novelist, playwright, activist), and more.