KQED Screening of the film, ANYONE & EVERYONE, in recognition of LGBT Pride Month

KQED Education Network in partnership with the San Francisco LGBT Community Center, Ally Action, the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in Religion and Studies, the Pacific School of Religion, PFLAG, and the Family Acceptance Project

present a screening and panel discussion featuring the film


In, Anyone and Everyone, parents across the United States discuss their reactions to having a son or daughter revela they are gay.  Despite the diversity of the families9 ethnic, racial, socioeconomic, geographic, and religious backgrounds, there is a thread connecting these stories.  The love between parents and children is a powerful springboard for discussions about family, community, faith and identity. 

Tuesday, June 10th, 2008

5:00 pm doors open; 5:30-8:00 pm screening and panel

San Francisco LGBT Center, 1800 Market Street

San Francisco, CA 94105 


Panel discussion to follow with audience participation warmly welcomed.

This is a FREE event and light food will be provided.

Educational resources available for attending classroom teachers while supplies last.

To RSVP please contact KQED at 415-553-2310 or CommunityEngagement@kqed.orgSeating may be limited.

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