The Pride Center at the University Student Union (USU) invites all CSUN students to attend “Monthly Movie Nights” featuring a series of fine films relevant to the LGBTQ community. Free snacks and beverages will also be provided.
Sarina Loeb, Pride Center Coordinator, is responsible for putting on this event.
At 6 p.m. on the last Wednesday of each month:
Wednesday, Feb. 24 – Film: “Paris is Burning”
Wednesday, Mar. 30 – Film: “LA Mission”
Wednesday, Apr. 27 – Film: “Strange History of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”
Pride Center, second floor of the Sol Center at the University Student Union
Provide the CSUN campus with a place to view films that are important to the LGBTQ community and contribute to creating a more inclusive campus climate.
Each “Monthly Movie Night” promises an engaging film with relevant LGBTQ themes. The first movie to be shown on Wednesday, Feb. 24 is the legendary documentary, “Paris is Burning” which follows the iconic “house” and drag culture in New York City that shaped the art of voguing, drag balls and the powerful expression of pride. Stop by and enjoy free snacks and beverages while enjoying this great film. For more information on the Pride Center, please visit www.csun.edu/pride.