I’ve been to numerous film screenings over the years and from my perspective “From Selma to Stonewall” struck a chord with the audience, more so than all the other films combined. The film not only encourages much needed dialogue it also has the potential to provoke action.
— Lerone Landis, author and broadcast journalist, local activist, Dallas, TX

Interested in showing From Selma to Stonewall: Are We There Yet? at your school or pride event?

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  • Humboldt State University — Arcata, CA — April 22


2017 Schedule:


October 17 - 20, 2017


Tuesday, October 177-9 p.m. - Fairmont United Methodist Church, 2501 Clark Avenue, Raleigh, NC.

Co-sponsors: Fairmont UMC, MFSA-NC, and Reconciling United Methodists and Friends NC. 

"Marilyn and Gil, drawing on their histories as veteran civil and human rights advocates, are the perfect ones to tell this story of the intersection of racism, sexism, heterosexism and religion in both movements. I’m delighted that people in North Carolina will have the chance to not only see this story unfold on screen, but to meet and engage with its creators." ~ Jimmy Creech, activist for LGBTQ inclusion in faith communities


Wednesday, October 187p.m. - Duke University, Smith Warehouse, Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall, 114 S. Buchanan Blvd, Durham, NC.

Co-sponsors: the Pauli Murray House, Duke Divinity School, Duke University Center for Sexual & Gender Diversity, and LGBTQ Center of Durham.

"Pauli Murray believed that human rights are indivisible. From Selma to Stonewall makes such important connections between the movements for civil rights and LGBTQ rights, connections Pauli Murray would wholeheartedly support. We are excited about amplifying this important conversation in Durham and at Duke by hosting both the film and its directors." ~Barbara Lau, director of the Pauli Murray Project, Duke Human Rights Center at FHI


Thursday, October 195:30-7:30p.m. - Temple Beth El, 5101 Providence Rd, Charlotte, NC.

Co-sponsors: Freedom Center for Social Justice, Charlotte Clergy Coalition for Justice, Campus Pride, Time Out Youth, North Carolina Council of Churches, and Mecklenburg Ministries.

There was never a better time to have this film shown in our city. So much of the tension and racial mistrust in Charlotte is caused by chasms built by those who would keep us apart. The filmmakers have shown a rich history that helps debunk many of the alternative truths that no longer serve us well and models a path to new possibilities.
— Bishop Tonyia Rawls, Pastor at Charlotte’s Sacred Souls Community Church, UCC


Friday, October 207p.m. - UNC Wilmington McNeil Hall, Room MC-1005.

Sponsored by The Frank Harr Foundation with support from GROW Community Service Endowment Fund, a component fund of the North Carolina Community Foundation.

Co-sponsors: UNCW School of Social Work, UNCW Sociology & Criminology Department, Upperman African American Cultural Center, LGBTQIA Center at UNCW, A Conversation of Faith UCC and Cape Fear Equality.



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Wednesday, October 18, 11:25a.m Reckoning with Our Past, Shaping Our Future

Acknowledging the practiced segregation of The Divinity School at Duke University when it would not allow Black students. Gil was one of these individuals who were denied entrance because of the color of their skin.

Gil will preach at the Divinity School Chapel Service and a special community lunch and panel discussion will follow.

Goodson Chapel, The Divinity School at Duke University, 407 Chapel Drive, Durham, NC

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DALLAS, TEXAS SCREENINGS --  February 7 - 12, 2017

February 7 - From Selma to Stonewall:  Are We There Yet?  University of Texas at Dallas will hold an on-campus film screening and panel discussion. Please contact the Galerstein Women’s Center at for more information.

February 8, 6:30pm - St. Luke Community UMC, 5710 East R.L. Thornton Freeway, will host a screening at 6:30 pm. A Q&A with Caldwell and Bennett will follow the showing. Rev. Caldwell, co-founder of Black Methodists for Church Renewal and respected denominational leader will be recognized for his work. The event is free and open to the public.

February 11, 7pm - The Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration, will host a screening at 7pm in Roper Hall at their campus located at the corner of Spring Valley and Hillcrest Roads. A panel discussion with Caldwell, Bennett, Dallas activist Cd Kirven, who is featured in the film, and Fort Worth pastor Rev. David Wynn of Agape MCC will follow the showing. The Rev. Casey Shobe, Rector of Transfiguration, serve as moderator. The event is free and open to the public.

February 12, 5pm - The Dallas theatrical premiere will be held at the Texas Theatre at 5 pm, doors open at 4 pm. The film is co-sponsored by Interweave Dallas, an affiliate LGBTQ group of First Unitarian Church of Dallas, Cathedral of Hope, Dallas PFLAG, The Resource Center, NTUUC (13 North Texas Unitarian Universalist Congregations) and First Unitarian Church of Dallas. A panel discussion with Caldwell, Bennett, and Dallas leaders will follow the film. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students with an ID. To purchase tickets, go to


Helena, MT- Myrna Loy Center on Thursday, May 19th, 7pm - Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. 

New York City, Union Theological Seminary James Chapel, June 2nd, 6:30 pm - 3041 Broadway at 121st Street; Q&A with Gil and Marilyn to follow. Watch the live stream here:

Lancaster, PA - June 16th, 9pm and June 17th, 12 noonIndependence Room on the 2nd Floor of Lancaster Marriott, 25 S. Queen- Free for all Q&A with Gil and Marilyn to follow

Great Falls, MT - Big Sky Parade, Great Falls Public LibraryJune 18th, 1:30 pm- Suggested donation is $5, 301 2nd Ave North

Traverse City, MI - The State TheatreJune 19th, 1:00 pm-FREE, 233 E. Front St. Traverse City MI 49684; Q&A with the director Marilyn to follow

WBAI Radio Show- listen to Gil and Marilyn talk about the film on live radio station WBAI with Mimi Rosenberg, June 20th, 7pm EST