Moises Serrano, 28, arrived in the U.S. with his farm-worker parents at the age of eighteen months. It’s the only home he’s ever known. He is one of 800,000 Dreamers whose lives have been plunged into frightening uncertainty with President Trump’s announcement this week that his administration will rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program implemented under the Obama administration.
PACE’s 9th North Louisiana Gay & Lesbian Film Festival will run Friday, Sept. 8th through Thursday, Sept. 14th at the Robinson Film Center in downtown Shreveport, LA.
Sponsor the 2017 NLGLFF (presented by PACE) and support the NLGLFF's mission:
The mission of the North Louisiana Gay & Lesbian Film Festival is to recognize the important contributions that LGBT people have made to our culture; to educate the general population and raise awareness of LGBT concerns, as well as effect change in the political arena; and to investigate the history of LGBT people in film, including the stereotyping that has been a major part of this history and to counteract this stereotyping with valid, meaningful and diverse portrayals of LGBT people.
PACE, Central Station, and The Korner Lounge are sponsoring the Shreveport Equality March this Sunday, June 11, at 2pm at the Caddo Parish Courthouse! LGBTQ+ communities and their allies will join together to march in unity and pride for full equality in solidarity with other marches around the world.
The next PACE Membership Meeting is this Sunday at 2 PM at the Deaf Action Center at 601 Jordan St in Shreveport. Everyone is welcome to attend!
PACE will have a presence at the Shreveport Women’s March that begins at 3 pm, Saturday, Jan. 21 at the Caddo Parish Courthouse. This march is being held in solidarity with the Washington, D.C. march and other marches held in cities throughout the country at the same time. This is a public march, open to everyone, organized by women who are concerned about the incoming administration’s positions on issues of concern to women, racial minorities, workers, and LGBT people.