On behalf of the LGBTA (formerly United Students), I would like to invite you a reading of Dustin Lance Black's play "8," a dramatization of the Prop 8 trial in California on April 21. Click here to view an invitation with more information about the reading.
Several students and I went to a professional staging of the play in Oklahoma City in the fall, and the students decided to bring the play here. Students at colleges around the country are staging the play this spring, which is especially relevant in light of the Supreme Court's recent oral arguments in the case. Information about the play itself is at www.8theplay.com.
Please join us!
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