October 1, 2014 at 7:58 am EDT | by Staff reports
U.K. gay movie gets D.C. sneak peek
"Pride", gay news, Washington Blade

Scene from ‘Pride.’ (Photo courtesy CBS Films)

Pride at Work presents an advanced screening of “Pride” at Landmark’s E Street Cinema (555 11th St., N.W.) Wednesday, October 8 at 7 p.m.

“Pride” tells the true story of a group of gay and lesbian activists in London who try to raise money to support the families of the national Union of Mineworkers on strike. The film opens in D.C. on Oct. 10.

Admission is free but registration is required. For more information, visit afl.salsalabs.com.

  • I’m having trouble registering online in the office. I’d like to attend with my husband this Wednesday.

    I am the former DC Human Rights Commissioner, I serve presently as the Pride Coordinator for Local AFGE 1975, and I was the first laison to the LGBT community in LA in the 80’s under LA City Councilman Mike Woo. Please let me know if 2 tickets become available.

    • What’s with all this list of who you used to be and what you do now? Do you think your titles and the people you worked for before make you someone who is privileged over the rest of us and entitled to special treatment?

      Nothing is more annoying than arrogance and a sense that you’re more important than others! Humility breeds respect, while you’re only breeding contempt!

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