Clay Cane Film Screening at Rutgers-Newark!


Film Screening of Clay Cane’s
Holler If You Hear Me:
Black and Gay in the Church

Thursday, July 14, 2016
Paul Robeson Campus Center, Rooms 255-57
A special screening and discussion with Director Clay Cane as part of
Newark Gay Pride’s 4 Days of Love Celebration
Clay Cane is a New York City-based award-winning journalist, author, television personality, documentary filmmaker and the Entertainment Editor for Clay is the creator and director of the original documentary Holler If You Hear Me: Black and Gay in the Church, which earned a 2016 GLAAD Media Award nomination for Outstanding Digital Journalism. The White House featured Clay Cane as a 2016 Black History Month speaker along with a screening of the documentary. Clay has provided commentary for television networks such as MTV, HLN, ABC, MSNBC, BET and FOX. He has contributed to numerous print and online publications such as The Advocate, Huffington Post, The Root and Gawker. Clay is a graduate from Rutgers University, Phi Beta Kappa, with a B.A. in English and African-American Studies.
For more information and to register, visit the Eventbrite page.

Free and Open to the Public!

Come out for Newark Pride! July 14th – July 17th

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Newark Pride is not just one day of fun!
The celebration lasts from July 14th to the Pride Parade on July 17th!

To see the full line up of events, go to the official page of Newark Pride HERE!

Interested in marching in the Pride Parade?

-You can register your organization or company to march via Newark Pride’s Eventbrite.

-Or you are also welcome to march with Queer Newark!  See our Facebook Event page for more info HERE!

*All Newark Pride events and the parade are for everyone to enjoy! That means all are welcome to attend and/or participate – LGBTQ+ and our straight allies! 

Can you help with events?

-Register to be a volunteer with Newark Pride HERE!

Pride Parade:

The Parade kicks off at 12:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 17th at Newark City Hall:
920 Broad Street.

For those who are marching, line up starts at 11:30 a.m.