Series of films exploring Sexuality & Gender in African-descended Communities.

Isn’t it time we see the Dream of Equality and Inclusion in Color? People of Color are critical to America’s discussions on Gender, Sexuality, and LGBTQ issues and communities. Films are a great tool for discussion.  Is anybody thinking what we’re thinking? Curated especially for the black LGBTQ community and their allies, families, friends and neighbors, this series looks explores the Gender & Sexuality through a collection of black voices on film from the U.S. and around the world. We’ve got a warm, respectful environment, some great folks, and a seat for you.

Dream in Color Screenings

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Saturday, July 31 @ 3:00pm - Free

“Don’t Go” Screening

In Partnership w/ Triangle Black Pride Film Fest

The Rialto Theater

1620 Glenwood Avenue, Raleigh, NC 27608















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The project is entertaining, and more recent than previously showcased films, yet it provides a great kickoff point for the enriching, educational, and respectful dialogues you’ve come to expect. A film about a diverse group of young folk living and loving in a Los Angeles apartment complex, “Don’t Go” is actually a one-hour pilot for a series in development - But it’s certainly a film all its on.  Think “227” meets “Melrose Place”.  This film stars Durham native Janora McDuffie. Janora’s projects include “Obsessed” and an appearance on the television series “24”. To learn more about Don’t Go, visit the website: www.dontgotheseries.com. More on Triangle Black Pride Here.

For You. About You. Watch. Discuss - Come Meet & Greet.

*Families, educators, and mentors: This film contains themes about relationships, gender, and sexuality.  Appropriate for youth 16 and older.

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