This screening is cosponsored by the:
Dallas Peace & Justice Center
— Los Angeles Times
This award-winning film, written and directed by Vlada Knowlton, captured the civil rights battle over anti-transgender “bathroom bills” from the perspective of a small group of embattled parents as they banded together to fight a deluge of proposed laws that would strip away the rights of their young, transgender children. As one of the parents, Knowlton presents an intimate portrait of her own struggle to protect her 5-year-old transgender daughter from laws inspired by ignorance and fear.
“Movingly told...powerful documentary, which makes the valuable point that this is a civil rights issue...”
— The Hollywood Reporter
You can view the trailer here:
At 7:00pm on the First Tuesday of each month the UUCOC hosts free screenings of socially relevant films followed by a discussion of actions we can take.