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Award Winning, LGBT Short Film, ‘Tyler’ will make you Proud: WATCH

Across our country countless difficult conversations about racism and social injustice are happening.  They are happening across boardroom tables, lunchroom tables, and dinner tables, but regardless of the size or the number of the people gathered there has to be a willingness to listen.

Sometimes difficult conversations happen over lunch between stepbrothers when least expected about the most unexpected, like a nine-year-old coming out.  Such is the premise of the multi-award winning, LGBT, comic short film, Tyler written and directed by Joel Junior.

Tyler is an utterly charming break from anger and grief showing the power of listening, learning, and love in action.


From the film’s Instagram page


As we mark Pride Month and rededicate ourselves to the fight for equality, liberty, and justice for all, take 15 minutes to enjoy Tyler and remind yourself what love looks like.



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