Ronika McClain, Christee Imogen Henry, and Alden DiCamillo, in affiliation with Southerners on New Ground, Athens Cultural Affairs Committee, Rabbit Hole Studios, Athens Mutual Aid Network, ATHICA, and Lemon Drop Studio present a series of films curated by Ronika McClain to be shown outdoors via a drive-in theater provided by Rabbit Hole Studio. These films present the history and nuance of queer abolition of systems of policing, incarceration, and state-driven debilitation.
Location: Rabbit Hole Studio Outdoor Parking and Garden area
1001 Winterville Rd, Athens, GA 30605
History (July 16th): 8 PM – 12 AM
United in Anger (Jim Hubbard), Disclosure (Sam Feder), Paris is Burning (Jennie Livingston)
These three films ask us to consider what it means to act up and out as queers. They present histories that remain at the forefront of our political minds as we head into a cycle of conservative crackdowns on our ungovernable selves.