Imagine being sacked from your job or prevented from renting a flat simply because of your sexual orientation or gender identity.
AS there’s no national law in the USA preventing this kind of discrimination, it happens all the time.
Outspoken, will take place on Saturday, October 12, to shine a light on this issue while raising money and awareness for Parkersburg Pride, a group in West Virginia that’s working on the front lines of LGBT+ rights.
The evening will feature the UK premiere of Emily Harger’s brand new documentary Outspoken, a film that calls us to reimagine the power of LGBT+ people in small town America.
Top choirs Resound and Rebelles will also perform songs by John Denver and the Dixie Chicks, and they’ll be joined by award-winning folk artist Naomi Bedford and Paul Simmonds whose Appalachian album Singing It All Back Home was recently named The Guardian’s album of the month.
Event: Outspoken: Celebrating Parkersburg Pride
Where: The Old Courtroom, 118 Church Street, Brighton BN1 1UD
When: Saturday, October 12
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