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Fusion film festival spotlights LGBTQ talent and stories

Founded by UCLA students, Outfest Fusion people of color film festival screens diverse LGBTQ stories and takes place March 1-5 in Los Angeles. Among the films is José, winner of Venice’s Queer Lion Award. Set in Guatemala City, the film portrays the struggles of the search for love. Also part of the festival, great workshops like “Masterclass: Writers on Writing,” on March 3 with writers from shows like One Day at a Time.

Find more information on tickets, galas and after-parties: https://www.outfest.org

Seattle Art Museum Remix on March 29th! 

The Seattle Art Museum partners up with the Seattle Public Library to celebrate queer and trans people of color March 29. The night will be full of eclectic performances, tours, dancing, creating, and exploring SAM's collection and special exhibitions. Get your tickets in advance!

Univision Phoenix story highlights LGBTQ families  

LGBTQ-inclusive stories in local media can change lots of hearts and minds. Check out Univision’s “Amor Sin Condición,” a three-part segment from Phoenix that shares the obstacles and joys of LGBTQ parents.

https://www.univision.com/local/arizona-ktvw/especial-amor-sin-condicion...

  

GLAAD Rising Stars grants applications are now open!  

Have a special project in mind? Want to make a difference in your community? Grants are offered to support young people (ages 18-30) who are leveraging media to move hearts and minds and create change. Find more application details here and submit a short essay.