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Brown Lives

Since the Black Lives Matter started after a series of outrageous killings of Black men and women by the police, I have often asked: where is the equivalent Latino group. Where is Brown Lives Matter? It seems that the outspoken people of color should all have the...

Coming Out Story

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PAFF 2016 journal #3

So I met up with Ken and Mack at the movies and we saw “Stories of our Lives” with an unfortunately small audience. This is a lovely black and white omnibus feature which told 5 stories of everyday life in rural Kenya and its challenges for GLBT people. These...

PAFF journal #2 

From Jeff H BWMTSC COCHAIR Sunday, Feb 7 My planned viewing last night (Saturday) was altered by my underestimation of the popularity of the festival this year. (ALERT: Buy your tickets as early as possible!) I barely got into “Half of a Yellow Sun” and I had to...

Pan African Film Festival-LGBT shorts

Today, my Husband and I went to the Pan African Film Festival to look at 5 LGBT short stories entitled “Stories of Our Lives”. The was presented by the Nest Collective after they published a book (http://www.thisisthenest.com/sool-book) This book evolved in June 2013,...

The Oscars, LGBTIQ and POC

http://nabwmt.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/oscarsnub.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 8:31 — 7.8MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | RSSThis year’s Oscar nominations were more notable for who they left out than those...