On March 11, 1973 (almost 4 years after the Stonewall Riots), the first meeting of PFLAG was held in New York City at the Church of the Village.

We are honored to be one of five films that PFLAG National is highlighting for their 45th anniversary for chapters nationwide. To celebrate their important and often life-saving work, we are offering our 35-minute digital download of From Selma to Stonewall: Are We There Yet? for $50 to PFLAG chapters through March 2018. Chapter leaders, please contact us directly at to purchase your copy. Read about the PFLAG Anniversary Celebrations here.

PFLAG started with families. For 45 years, they have been providing peer-to-peer support, publications, toolkits, and other resources to make sure that the family members of people who are LGBTQ get the support they need in the way that best serves their needs. This allows families to then further support, affirm, and advocate on behalf of their LGBTQ loved ones. For allies, whether you have a close friend who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender-expansive, or queer (LGBTQ), or don't know someone personally but want to learn more about what it means to be an ally, PFLAG is here to support you on your ally journey. For LGBTQ persons, regardless of how you identify in terms of sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, PFLAG is there to support you and your family in your journey of discovery.

Gil & Grace's special story

60 Years Later, Couple Who Got Turned Away From Resort Have Their Honeymoon


After hearing the story of how Gilbert and Grace Caldwell were denied from their honeymoon resort for being black, a group of 5th graders from New Jersey helped the couple have their 60-year belated honeymoon.

Watch it on CBS News here, and the Steve Harvey show here.