Please join us on Thursday, September 10th from 7:00 – 8:30 pm for a discussion and Q&A with “All We’ve Got” director & producer, Alexis Clements, followed by a round table discussion with community activists. PCVT’s Anne Moyerbrailean and Taylor Small will moderate conversations. At this event, we will be exploring questions such as:
– Why are we seeing a decline in LGBTQ+ women’s spaces?
– What role does capitalism, white supremacy culture, transphobia, ableism play in this decline and how do we combat these as a community?
– What do LGBTQ+ Women’s spaces currently look like in Vermont?
– What do we want these spaces to look like in the future?
Register for the event here: https://forms.gle/zHYywrv1UhwvZc94A
Audience participation will happen via the “chat” feature on zoom. All audience participants will have their video and audio disabled and questions can be sent to moderators.
Accessibility Note: We will have ASL interpreters available and on camera for the duration of the Q&A session. Please contact us if you have any questions, or if you have other accessibility needs for this event at email@example.com
More about “All We’ve Got”
From the “All We’ve Got” website:
“Community is elusive. It’s something we talk about a lot, but don’t always get to experience. What does it really mean? And how do we find it?
Since 2010, over 100 bars, bookstores, and community spaces where LGBTQ women gather have closed. I wanted to better understand why that was happening, and why some spaces have managed to stay open despite the odds.
From where I live in Brooklyn, New York, to Oklahoma City and San Antonio, Texas, this film explores LGBTQ women’s spaces and communities in order to better understand why having a place to gather matters, particularly for marginalized groups.”
For more information and to watch the trailer, click here: https://www.allwevegot.org/
To watch for free, follow this link: https://www.wmm.com/all-weve-got-watch-page-pride-center/ and use the password PCVWMM20!
Please note that this is an inclusive event and that the promotion of women’s spaces that exclude trans women will not be tolerated at this event or any event hosted by Glow. Any questions or comments that conflict with this will not be shared or answered during the event but can be addressed directly to Anne at firstname.lastname@example.org. However, please note that transphobia in LGB women’s spaces may be discussed.
This event is hosted by Glow, Pride Center of Vermont’s inclusive social program for LGBTQ+ women and community members who are women-aligned. The language of ‘women-aligned’ is used to signal that Glow is also a program for people who identify outside of the gender binary (e.g. non-binary, gender fluid, agender, etc.) and who feel a connection to and/or alignment with LGBTQ+ women.