Paris is Burning + Kokomo City

Pride was never meant to be a cheap coffee cup from Target. To have Pride is to dig into queer history and support the queer present – both of which you can do at this summer double feature. Paris Is Burning remains one of the best preserved queer history artifacts: a chronicle of New York City’s ballroom culture in the Eighties. Kokomo City shows the contemporary world of four Black sex workers in both Atlanta and New York City in a documentary that “vibrates with energy, sex, challenge, and hard-earned wisdom.” Both films are presented by Transgender Education Network of Texas and Kind Clinic. – James Scott
Past date: Thu., June 20
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