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The Year We Thought about Love - 2016 Joint Conference Movie Event

The Year We Thought about Love celebrates a Boston-based group of LGBTQ youth of color who dare to be “out” on stage about their lives and loves. With humor, candor, and attitude, the cast transforms their personal struggles into theater for social change. The power of “being out” may be the queer community’s greatest contribution to all of us. Learning how to be true to oneself is often the first step to personal liberation and political change. See excerpts from the movie and meet a troupe member, Traeshayona Weekes, and associate producer, Pam Chamberlain, in person.