Monday, February 9, 2009

Fenced Out - Queer Youth of Color Activism

Fenced OUT documents the struggle of LGBTSTQ youth of color to save the Christopher Street pier and the West Village in New York from re-development and gentrification. While researching the history of the pier, FIERCE members discovered past generations of queer peoples’ fight for use of public spaces at Christopher Street and the piers. We have continued to use the documentary as a public education tool to raise awareness about the increasing displacement, violence, and criminalization experienced by LGBTSTQ youth of color.

A movie not to be missed by anyone who is interested in our Queer Youth of Color activism as told by those who experienced and lived the struggle.

Sunday February 22, 2009
Doors open 5:00, Dinner 5:30, Movie 6:30
Metropolitan Community Church
155 Wyllys St. Hartford Ct.
(Located in the Colt Memorial Parish House of the Good Shepherd Episcopal Church.)

RSVP:, or call 680-7876

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