GLBT activists’ film ‘SoleJourney’ airs at Breckenridge
Two women who were escorted out of the Denver Clerk and Recorder’s Office in handcuffs last year for refusing to leave after being denied a marriage license will unveil their movie, "SoleJourney," this weekend at the Breckenridge Film Festival.
Shelia Schroeder and Kate Burns’ 57-minute film documents their and other GLBT activists’ unsuccessful efforts to secure a meeting with Focus on the Family President James Dobson through nonviolent protests over the last three years, Burns said.
The film fest kicks off Thursday and "SoleJourney" will be screened Friday at 3 p.m.
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