What Should We Do after "I Do"?
Conversations on the Challenges That Remain for the LGBTQ Community
Friday, September 25 - Sunday, September 27
Please join the HAA and the Harvard Gender & Sexuality Caucus for a weekend of conversation and connection, with a full day of discussion on Saturday, September 26. Key Harvard alumni and faculty members, as well as students and leaders in the LGBTQ community, will explore a diverse array of topics, ranging from the 2016 election to transgender “mainstreaming,” from health and aging to international activism. Come together with fellow Harvard alumni, students, staff, faculty, and friends to explore, discuss, and debate the evolution of the LGBTQ community after an historic summer.
Full Harvardwood members receive discounted registration ($35). We encourage you to share this invitation with friends and other members of the Harvard community! Please register by Monday, September 21.
On Saturday, September 26th, don't miss the private screening of Stonewall with post-screening discussion in Science Center Lecture Hall D
Harvardwood members, please email Lily Gillespie at [email protected] to register for just the screening. There is no cost for Harvardwood members to attend only the film event.
Post-screening discussion with a panel of prominent LGBTQ leaders to be facilitated by Timothy Patrick McCarthy AB ’93. Lecturer, History and Literature, Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences; and Core Faculty and Program Director, Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
Seating is limited to weekend registrants, only, and will be available on a first come, first served basis.
Screening made possible due to the generosity of Roadside Attractions, LLC, U.S. distributor of the film.
Co-Sponsored by Harvardwood, a nonprofit organization for members of the Harvard University community who believe in the power and purposes of the arts, media, and entertainment.