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Human Rights Campaign and Equality Texas: Special Screening

Feb 21, 2013 No Comments by

 

The Human Rights Campaign and Equality Texas are proud to invite you to a unique event exploring the intersection of faith and LGBT rights. Please join us Friday, February 22nd, at 7:00 PM for a special screening of the Sundance-award winning documentary “Love Free or Die,” followed by a Q&A with guest panelists including the film’s director, award-winning Macky Alston, and Soulforce Executive Director Rev. Dr. Cindi Love.For questions or more information please contact Lauren Zurbrugg at documentary@hrcaustin.org.RSVP here
More on documentary:LOVE FREE OR DIE is a Sundance-award winning film about a man whose two defining passions are in direct conflict: his love for God and for his partner Mark. Gene Robinson is the first openly gay person to become a bishop in the historic traditions of Christendom. His consecration in 2003, to which he wore a bullet-proof vest, caused an international stir, and he has lived with death threats every day since.For more information on ‘Love Free or Die,” visitwww.lovefreeordiemovie.com or to watch the trailer, http://www.lovefreeordiemovie.com/video/
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I'm a fourth generation Austinite, tireless networker, volunteer and passionate activist who works with HRC, Planned Parenthood, Animal Trustees and serves as a Board President of aGLIFF. As a native Austinite, I intimately know this city unlike most. One of my favorite aspects of Austin is the entrepreneurial spirit - it's everywhere in Austin! Having successfully navigated the professional cultures of small aggressive startups to large corporate environments, I'm always looking to connect with local business owners to bring new experiences to the people I know. What I've learned from growing up and living in Austin is the opportunity to connect with interesting people is always right around the corner. Utilizing these opportunities to connect with individuals influencing this city is one of the biggest benefits of living in Austin!  I'm a Partner with Social Communications and publisher of GayinAustinTexas.com. Find me on Facebook Have a Question? Contact me.
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