When: Tuesday, June 5 at 6 PM – 9 PM
Where: Columbus State Community College550 E Spring St, Columbus, Ohio 43215; Delaware Hall, Room 121.
Co-presented by Columbus Black International Film Festival:
Come out for a community screening of the the award-winning documentary MAJOR!, which chronicles the life-long activism of Miss Major Griffin-Gracy. The film will be followed by a panel discussion, featuring SPECIAL GUEST Miss Major herself, who will join the conversation via Skype.
Miss Major Griffin-Gracy has been fighting for the rights of Black trans women for over 40 years. A formerly incarcerated veteran of the Stonewall riots––part of Pride’s radical legacy–– Miss Major continues her work today as part of the Transgender Gender Variant Intersex Justice Project (TGIJP).
Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to learn from an extraordinary activist, community leader, and elder! All ages are welcome at this event, and families are encouraged. Food will be provided before the screening begins, so arrive early!
Miss Major Griffin-Gracy // Special guest
Sarah Mamo // International Socialist Organization
Darius Stubbs // ACLU of Ohio TransAction Committee
Sai Isoke // OSU Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies