Out in the Night
SPENCER MUSEUM OF ART AUDITORIUM, RM 309, 1301 MISSISSPPI ST
Out in the Night follows the story of four black lesbians charged and convicted for assaulting a man who attacked them on the street in New York City. The award-winning documentary examines the resulting court case and the role that race, gender identity, and sexuality play in the criminal justice system. Running time: 82 min. Director blair dorosh-walther and Patreese Johnson, one of the convicted women, facilitate a discussion after the screening, with a reception following.
Sponsored By: Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity, Student Union Activities, Emily Taylor Center, Spencer Museum of Art