If you are not familiar with what happened last year, you can read the details here. Briefly, Sacred Hearth Catholic School in Boulder refused to re-enroll the children of a lesbian couple, simply because of the children have two moms. The story made international news...
To recognize the one year anniversary, the following blog is by Kathleen Sepeda, an Out Boulder board member, straight ally and Catholic.
As Black History Month wraps up, I think about Bayard Rustin.
If you don’t recognize his name, I encourage you to check out the excellent book, “Lost Prophet: The Life and Times of Bayard Rustin” by John D'Emilio. If you’d prefer to watch his story, a beautiful documentary was made in 2002 called ”Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin.” One of my favorite quotes is by Rustin, “We need, in every community, a group of angelic troublemakers. Our power is in our ability to make things unworkable.”
Bent Lens will be presenting several films throughout the weekend, starting on Friday, Feb 25, with a showing of local shorts made by queer youth followed by a showing of "Fit". Other films will be showing throughout the weekend at the Nomad Theater (1410 Quince St, Boulder). For more details about the weekend, visit the Bent Lens website.