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Steven Stagon is inviting you to a Group Zoom meeting.

Time: THURSDAY, Jun 25, 2020 7:00 PM

 

Click on below Link to Join Zoom Meeting:

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Meeting ID: 878 9202 9679
Password: 876981

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Happy Pride Month! In celebration of the new Supreme Court, ruling protecting the LGBTQ community from job discrimination, we are posting a GROUP MOVIE:  “MILK” (Story of Harvey Milk starring Sean Penn) for you to watch anytime before Thursday’s POZitive Attitudes ZOOM meeting. It’s been 12 years since “MILK” was released. Time to see this classic again!

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Watch “MILK’ ON:

*AMAZON PRIME VIDEO 

YOUTUBE,

I-TUNES,

STARZ TV.  

Each charge $3.99 to watch. 

 

 

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Milk is a 2008 American biographical film based on the life of gay rights activist and politician Harvey Milk. The film was released to much acclaim and earned numerous accolades from film critics and guilds for Penn’s performance, Van Sant’s directing, and the screenplay, it received 8 Oscar nominations at the 81st Academy Awards, including Best Picture and went on to win two for Best Actor for Penn, his second Oscar, and Best Original Screenplay for Black.

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Steven Stagon is inviting you to a Group Zoom meeting.

Here is additional info.

Time: THURSDAY, Jun 25, 2020 7:00 PM

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Click on below Link to Join Zoom Meeting:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87892029679?pwd=WVZXUmR5b3Nma1N6dmxxRXlQOGx6Zz09

Meeting ID: 878 9202 9679
Password: 876981

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M I L K

 

Happy Pride Month! In celebration of the new Supreme Court ruling protecting the LGBTQ community from job discrimination, we are posting a GROUP MOVIE:  “MILK” (Story of Harvey Milk starring Sean Penn) for you to watch anytime before Thursday’s POZitive Attitudes ZOOM meeting. It’s been 12 years since “MILK” was released. Time to see this classic again! 

Watch “MILK’ ON:

*AMAZON PRIME VIDEO 

YOUTUBE

I-TUNES

STARZ TV 

Each charge $3.99 to watch. 

 

*(which is included if you have Amazon Prime membership)

 

(click on any highlighted text below for more info)

Milk is a 2008 American biographical film based on the life of gay rights activist and politician Harvey Milk, who was the first openly gay person to be elected to public office in California, as a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. Directed by Gus Van Sant and written by Dustin Lance Black, the film stars Sean Penn.  Milk received 8 Oscar nominations including Best Picture and won two for Best Actor for Penn and Best Original Screenplay.

 

 

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SPECIAL FRIDAY MOVIE DECEMBER 2, 2016

BY POPULAR DEMAND FROM GROUP MEMBERS

MOONLIGHT – (A Gay Themed Movie)

98% Approval by critics and audiences on Rotten Tomatoes.

REGAL CYPRESS CREEK (6415 N. Andrews Ave, Fort Lauderdale)

STARTS 7:10  MEET INSIDE LOBBY

CLICK HERE FOR PREVIEW

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MOONLIGHT PLOT:
A young man deals with his dysfunctional home life and comes of age in Miami during the “War on Drugs” era. The story of his struggle to find himself is told across three defining chapters in his life as he experiences the ecstasy, pain, and beauty of falling in love while grappling with his own sexuality.
And perhaps the most beautiful thing about “Moonlight” is its open-endedness, its resistance to easy summary or categorization. I guess I’m back where I started, trying to decide what this movie is about. As with any original and challenging work, the answer may take a while to emerge, but what strikes me now is less the pain of Chiron’s circumstances than the sense that, in spite of everything, he is free. A bullied, neglected and all-but-silent child, he grows toward an understanding of himself and his world, and though it is agonizing to witness his progress, it is also thrilling. To be afforded a window into another consciousness is a gift that only art can give. To know Chiron is a privilege.
 
Release date: October 21, 2016 (USA)

 

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Alex Hibbert
as Little

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WAM Film Series :

BRINGING THE WORLD TO YOU

 Third Friday of Every Month at 7 PM

The World AIDS Museum and Educational Center, under the guidance of Fred Phillips and Dale Thome, is initiating a monthly film series beginning in August. Each offering has been carefully selected to portray the many dimensions of the HIV/AIDS story. All are fascinating , enlightening, and entertaining, Please join us at the museum for a film, refreshments, and thought-provoking conversation.

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O C T O B E R 21 S T     P A R T I N G  G L A N C ES

N O V E M B E R 18 T H    V E L O C I T Y   O F  G A R Y

D E C E M B E R 16 T H    A  Y E A R  W I T H O U T  L O V E

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Group FRIDAY MOVIE – AUGUST 26

SOUTHSIDE WITH YOU

(A True Story)

GATEWAY THEATRE  (US 1 and Sunrise)

6:45 PM

After the movie the group may go out to eat together, making the movie night more social and fun. Contact John at Goldleaf69@aol.com with suggestions.

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This true story depicts the future U.S. President Barack Obama (Parker Sawyers) and lawyer Michelle Robinson (Tika Sumpter) go on a fateful first date in the summer of 1989.  Writer/director Richard Tanne’s “Southside With You” is a sweet, wonderful, and romantic first date film. Yes the characters are iconic, but they’re written in such a way that their life and struggle resonate with any two people just trying to get to know each other.
Great performances by its two leads, Parker Sawyers and Tika Sumpter, “Southside With You” is a rare gem.

CLICK HERE FOR PREVIEW TRAILER

 5 Star Reviews * * * * *

The story loosely recounts how Barack and Michelle Robinson first met in the summer of 1989. Barack Obama (Parker Sawyers) was just a young law firm associate and Michelle Robinson (Tika Sumpter) is a tough lawyer who’s supposed to mentor him. But Barack has an agenda, he’s trying to woo Michelle who herself is not interested in the prospect of dating, she has ambition career. But the long day of them hanging out together from the art institute to watching a movie ultimately leads to their first kiss.

One of the many things I love about this film is that it feels so disarming, so relaxed, your guards are down because you don’t have to expect some big spectacle to show up from around the corner. It’s just two people walking and talking, like Richard Linklater’s “Before Sunrise,” and so you’re invested in the characters, you get to know them just as they themselves get to know each other. There’s some big themes tackled in “Soutside With You” like Michelle Robinson feeling angry because the fact that she’s a woman and she’s black may give her obstacles in her career, and Barack is angry at her biological father having left him and his mom, so there are deeply rooted personal issues that audiences can relate to, which makes these iconic characters all the more human, and writer/director Richard Tanne approaches in a calmed, subtle yet firm and profound manner.

And part of its success is also because actors Tika Sumpter and Parker Sawyers are more focused on creating the characters written on the pages of the script as opposed to mimicking, so the result that you get is the embodiment of these character’s essence, not impersonation, not caricature. And I love how it doesn’t fall into the generics of Hollywood rom-com where there’s usually lots of gags and other attempts that try too hard to make you laugh. “Southside With You” is just a sweet little film that helps you breathe, you watch it and your stress level goes down. Despite your political views or what you may think of President Obama’s administration, when you watch “Southside With You,” I guarantee you’ll fall in love with it right away.

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POZitive Attitudes is part of the

WORLD AIDS MUSUEM & Educational Center

http://www.worldaidsmuseum.org

Volunteer / Donate / Visit

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Group FRIDAY MOVIE – AUGUST 26

SOUTHSIDE WITH YOU

(True Story of Love)

GATEWAY THEATRE  (US 1 and Sunrise)

6:45 PM

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This true story depicts the future U.S. President Barack Obama (Parker Sawyers) and lawyer Michelle Robinson (Tika Sumpter) go on a fateful first date in the summer of 1989.
Image result for southside with you

CLICK HERE FOR PREVIEW TRAILER

 5 Star Reviews * * * * *

 

Writer/director Richard Tanne’s “Southside With You” is a sweet, wonderful, and romantic first date film. Yes the characters are iconic, but they’re written in such a way that their life and struggle resonate with any two people just trying to get to know each other. Great performances by its two leads, Parker Sawyers and Tika Sumpter, “Southside With You” is a rare gem.

The story loosely recounts how Barack and Michelle Robinson first met in the summer of 1989. Barack Obama (Parker Sawyers) was just a young law firm associate and Michelle Robinson (Tika Sumpter) is a tough lawyer who’s supposed to mentor him. But Barack has an agenda, he’s trying to woo Michelle who herself is not interested in the prospect of dating, she has ambition career. But the long day of them hanging out together from the art institute to watching a movie ultimately leads to their first kiss.

One of the many things I love about this film is that it feels so disarming, so relaxed, your guards are down because you don’t have to expect some big spectacle to show up from around the corner. It’s just two people walking and talking, like Richard Linklater’s “Before Sunrise,” and so you’re invested in the characters, you get to know them just as they themselves get to know each other. There’s some big themes tackled in “Soutside With You” like Michelle Robinson feeling angry because the fact that she’s a woman and she’s black may give her obstacles in her career, and Barack is angry at her biological father having left him and his mom, so there are deeply rooted personal issues that audiences can relate to, which makes these iconic characters all the more human, and writer/director Richard Tanne approaches in a calmed, subtle yet firm and profound manner.

And part of its success is also because actors Tika Sumpter and Parker Sawyers are more focused on creating the characters written on the pages of the script as opposed to mimicking, so the result that you get is the embodiment of these character’s essence, not impersonation, not caricature. And I love how it doesn’t fall into the generics of Hollywood rom-com where there’s usually lots of gags and other attempts that try too hard to make you laugh. “Southside With You” is just a sweet little film that helps you breathe, you watch it and your stress level goes down. Despite your political views or what you may think of President Obama’s administration, when you watch “Southside With You,” I guarantee you’ll fall in love with it right away.

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(Original Logo – 2013)

POZitive Attitudes is part of the

WORLD AIDS MUSUEM & Educational Center

http://www.worldaidsmuseum.org

Volunteer / Donate / Visit

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WAM Film Series :

BRINGING THE WORLD TO YOU

 Third Friday of Every Month at 7 PM

The World AIDS Museum and Educational Center, under the guidance of Fred Phillips and Dale Thome, is initiating a monthly film series beginning in August. Each offering has been carefully selected to portray the many dimensions of the HIV/AIDS story. All are fascinating , enlightening, and entertaining, Please join us at the museum for a film, refreshments, and thought-provoking conversation.

 

 

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N O V E M B E R 18 T H    V E L O C I T Y   O F  G A R Y

 

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FRIDAY, JUNE 17 at 1 PM at Parker Playhouse – Details Below

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Hey guys, check out this documentary airing again tomorrow night on CNN:

THE EIGHTIES: “THE AIDS CRISIS”

CNN, 9:00 p.m. ET – Thursday June 2

Tomorrow night, Thursday June 2, CNN will air an examination of The AIDS Crisis. Young adults, in particular, may be stunned by the ignorant and vehement initial reactions generated by the discovery and identification of HIV and AIDS. Welcome to The Eighties.

 

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For the fourth time in 19 days, a South Florida judge has ruled against Florida’s gay marriage ban, this time in the probate case of a Pennsylvania widower whose husband died suddenly in Boynton Beach.

Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Diana Lewis on Tuesday ordered W. Jason Simpson should be personal representative in the estate of his husband, Frank Bangor, who died March 14. The two men, together 37 years, were married Oct. 23, 2013, in Delaware.

The Palm Beach case is the fourth in under three weeks to undermine Florida’s gay marriage ban.

On July 17, Monroe Chief Circuit Judge Luis Garcia ruled the ban unconstitutional and that Aaron Huntsman and William Lee Jones of Key West could marry.

Eight days later, Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Sarah Zabel ruled six same-sex couples in South Florida also had the right to marry. Those decisions are valid only in the judges’ respective counties, and both rulings have been put on hold pending appeals by Attorney General Pam Bondi.

On Monday, Broward Circuit Judge Dale Cohen ruled Florida must recognize and then dissolve the Vermont civil union of a lesbian whose partner left her four years ago. Bondi’s office hasn’t responded in that case.

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