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First tuesday social justice s june film shines a light
first tuesday social justice films will hold its monthly free showing of a film relevant to our times on june 2 7-9 pm at the unitarian universalist church of oak cliff 3839 w. kiest blvd. dallas tx 75233. refreshments are provided. audience discussion follows. www.firsttuesdayfilms.org index.shtml on the 11th annual national day of silence erin davies was victim to a hate crime in albany new york. because of sporting a rainbow sticker on her vw beetle erin s car was vandalized left with the words fag and u r gay placed on the driver s side window and hood of her car. despite initial shock and embarrassment erin decided to embrace what happened by leaving the graffiti on her car. she took her car now known worldwide as the fagbug on a 58-day trip around the us and canada. www.fagbug.com along the way erin discovered other more serious hate crimes had people attempt to remove the graffiti and experimented with having a male drive her car. after driving the fagbug for 1 year erin decided to give her car a makeover. www.fagbug.com fagbug nation shines light on the battle we re still fighting with bullying the completion of fagbug s 50 state journey and the courage it takes to travel across the country inside a rainbow on wheels. -nicholas mertz
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