Activist Justice Horn Leads 'Brother Outsider' Screening & Conversation

There's a progressive move toward "intersectionality" that hasn't always met with approval from activists within diverse communities. 

Jackson County political hopeful & international activist Justice Horn shares his take and a cinematic consideration . . 

FACT: There have always been Black people apart of the Queer liberation movement and there have always been Queer people apart of the Black liberation movement. ✊🏽

With that, I invite you to join me and the Kansas City Museum tomorrow for a screening of “Brother Outsider” a feature-length documentary on the Black Queer Civil Rights giant that was Bayard Ruskin! This screening will be followed by a brief discussion with me and Glenn North, the Director of Inclusive Learning & Creative Impact at the Kansas City Museum! 🎞

Bayard was unapologetically Black and Queer in an era of fierce racism and homophobia. He’s paved the way for a lot of us in this work and I hope you’ll join us tomorrow, June 26th at 2 PM at the Kansas City Museum (JE Dunn Theater - 3rd Floor)! By telling his story, we can ensure Bayard gets his flowers. 🥀”

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Brother Outsider documentary with discussion by Justice Horn

Eventbrite - Kansas City Museum presents Brother Outsider documentary with discussion by Justice Horn - Sunday, June 26, 2022 at Kansas City Museum, Kansas City, MO. Find event and ticket information.