Directed by Austin R. Williams, this film explains how a human rights ordinance protecting gay men, lesbians, bisexuals, and people with HIV/AIDS from discrimination became one of the most controversial pieces of legislation in Kansas City's history. Filmmaker in attendance.

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Category: Documentary, Local, Feature Length Film, Lgbtqai:LGBTQAI, Political:Political,
Run Time: 90 min
Director: Austin R. Williams
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Country: United States
Rating: not rated
Language: English
Awards: Celebration of Courage Award for Best Feature-Length Documentary: 2018 Out Here Now Film Festival
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