Chicago LGBT Youth Homeless – FREE Movie TONIGHT

This evening, MONDAY,
January 10th   at 7:00 P.M.,
join Chicago Coalition for the Homeless and the DePaul A.V. Club for our screening of “Turning the Corner,” an eye-opening documentary about homelessness in Chicago.

The A.V. Club will provide FREE FOOD (but we encourage you to bring some to share as well) and will be lucky enough after the presentation to hear from two inspiring women who survived homelessness and the sex trade in Chicago.

We will also be joined by members of the Video Action League, who will briefly present an exciting project they are working on “Facing Up to Queer Youth Homelessness.” Interested in getting involved? Look them up at Facebook at:

The screening will take place in Room 220 of the Student Center, which is also known as the glass room inside the cafeteria. Admission is free and open to non-students, faculty and whomever would like to join us.

So, spread the word, bring friends, bring your student group and prepare to get inspired.

2250 N. Sheffield, Lincoln Park Student Center, Room 220
(the glass room inside the cafeteria)     7-9pm

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