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This week, screenings across the country celebrate LGBTQ Pride Month, along with screening films on various other social issues. Find a screening near you and participate in the dialogue.
Join the Chandler Public Library for a free sneak-preview screening of The Overnighters to kick off their Summer Film Series! For more information, call 480-782-2797.
Join the St. Charles City-County Library District – Spencer Road Branch for a free screening of After Tiller. The screening will be followed by a facilitated discussion. For more information, please visit the St. Charles City-County Library District website.
Join Chicago Public Library, Roosevelt Branch for a free screening and discussion of Out in the Night. For more information, call the library at 312-747-4300.
Join IMPACT Personal Safety for a screening and discussion of Out in the Night. For more information, visit www.impactpersonalsafety.org.
Join the Northern United Place for a free screening of My Way to Olympia. This event is part of the NWT Disability Awareness Week, which runs from June 7-12. Former Paralympian Marnie Peters will be on hand to answer questions and facilitate a discussion after the film. For more information, call the library at 867-873-2527.
Join the Mountains Branch Library for a free screening and discussion of Ping Pong as part of their Mountains Library Summer Film and Discussion Series! For more information, call (828) 287-6377.