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Ten More Good Years film screening @ NYU

Ten More Good Years

A film screening and discussion presented by the Reel Queer Film Series of the NYU Office of LGBT Student Services

Monday, March 29
6 to 8 pm

A film by Michael Jacoby
2007; 71 minutes; USA

During the 1960s, members of LGBT communities openly fought for their civil rights. Now, as that generation grows older, many are confronting discrimination from the government, social services and their communities. Ten More Good Years looks at being gay and gray in America with revealing profiles of out, proud and active senior citizens, including photographer and filmmaker James Bidgood, performance artist Harry Bartron, Stonewall uprising witness Miss Major, and lesbian activist Ivy Bottini.

Natalie Chin, Staff Attorney a Lambda Legal, will discuss legal protections for LGBT elders.

Kimmel Center
60 Washington Square South
LGBT Lounge, Suite 602

For more information, please contact the NYU Office of LGBT Student Services at 212.998.4424 or email lgbt.office@nyu.edu.

Co-sponsored by the following NYU entities: Office of LGBT Student Services, Office for International Students & Scholars, Student Resource Center, and Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality

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