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Thursday, July 16, 2015

Movie, reception tonight at Ron Ronbinson benefits Out in Arkansas

Posted By on Thu, Jul 16, 2015 at 10:14 AM

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Doors open at 6:30 p.m. tonight at Ron Robinson Theater for a reception, movie and discussion to benefit Out in Arkansas, our planned LGBT publication.

The cost is $25. Drinks and food will be served before a screening of Little Rock director Mark Thiedeman's "Sacred Hearts, Holy Souls." The award-winning 40-minute film about a teen at a Catholic boarding school will be followed by a discussion by Hendrix professor and Times columnist Jay Barth and others on progress toward equality in Arkansas after the historic marriage equality ruling.

See a trailer for the film here.

Sponsors include Little Rock PFLG and Central Arkansas Pridefest. Our crowdsourcing page provides more information on the project. And of course we'd welcome contributions.

Tickets available at the door. You can also call today, Kelly Lyles, at 501-492-3979.

More details here.

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