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Tonight’s GLIDE Social Justice Film Fest Offers Solidarity, Inspiration

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Bored of scrolling through Netflix and Hulu? Love a good documentary but sick of falling into the depressing true crime rabbit hole? Well look no further, because as usual, The GLIDE Foundation has something much better in store!

Tonight, The GLIDE Legacy Committee will present A Social Justice Film Festival, a virtual selection of films which will encourage, inflame, and inspire. The program includes four short-form documentaries (Apo W. Bazidi’s How Far is Home;  Honora Talbot’s Vote Neil; Samantha Knowles’ Tangled Roots; and Mohammad Gorjestani’s Sister Hearts) touching on subjects ranging from the refugee experience to the political and legal fight over Black hair.

The entire event is virtual, so you can participate from the comfort of your own home. The program of films will run from 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm, and a Q&A session with the filmmakers will take place from 8:30 pm – 9:00 pm.

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General admission tickets are $20, but our readers can use the discount code below to get 10% off!

You can score tickets to the Social Justice Film Fest here – and don’t forget to use the code LCFRIEND21 to get 10% off at checkout!

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Lizzie Locker - Events Editor

Lizzie Locker - Events Editor

Lizzie Locker has been an artist, entertainer, and “glamour girl” since birth. Since 2017, Lizzie has been writing professionally for small businesses, as well as creatively. She has published essays in VIE Magazine, and has written website and social media content for pole dance studios, afterschool programs, and reference sites. At the same time, Lizzie has also continued to develop her performance career at queer nightlife events across the Bay Area. She can be found both onstage and off, reading her stories aloud in bars, emceeing drag and burlesque shows, and producing arts events that defy genre and expectation.

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