Virtual Film Screening: All We’ve Got
All We’ve Got is an insightful personal exploration of LGBTQI women’s communities, cultures, and social justice work through the lens of the spaces they create, from bars to bookstores to arts and political hubs
Social groups rely on physical spaces to meet and build connections, step outside oppressive social structures, avoid policing and violence, share information, provide support, and organize politically. Yet, in the past decade, more than 100 bars, bookstores, art and community spaces where LGBTQI women gather have closed. In All We’ve Got, filmmaker Alexis Clements travels the country to explore the factors driving the loss of these spaces, understand why some are able to endure, and to search for community among the ones that remain.
“An up-close look at the modern challenges facing queer women’s establishments across the U.S. – at a time when those spaces may be more necessary than ever.” – Huffington Post
“All We’ve Got is a beautiful rumination on community, resilience, and resistance. Unlike so many laments about the disappearance of LGBTQ spaces for women, the film shows us a diverse range of ongoing spaces for queer women. In the end, it is a DIY call to action and a celebration of the creativity, moxie, and determination of LGBTQ women and the inclusive communities they insist upon creating and sharing.” – Jaime Harker, Director Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies, Univ. of Mississippi
Access to the virtual screening will be available beginning Thursday, June 16, by clicking HERE .
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This program is free and open to the public.