PFLAG Lubbock

Found this play about Francis Perkins-a closeted lesbian

who made history. Thought you might want to attend:

If A Door Opens, A Journey with Frances Perkins

Charlotte Keefe performs her one-woman play celebrating the life of Frances Perkins, the first woman Cabinet Member and visionary behind the New Deal. Perkins was instrumental in enacting:
Minimum Wage Law
Forty-Hour Work Week
Social Security Act
Unemployment Insurance
Child Labor Laws
National Labor Relations Bill
“Frances Perkins…a fierce advocate who put people first, a public servant who was actually worthy of the name, and a bracing reminder of what inspired government can do.”
Nick Taylor, Author of “American-Made”

Location: Lubbock Community Theatre
4232 Boston Ave.
Lubbock, Texas

March 23,24,25

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February 2018 Newsletter

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When: Tuesday, February 20, 7 p.m.

Where: St. John’s United Methodist Church, 1501 University Avenue

PFLAG celebrates all diversity. In honor of Black History Month, our own PFLAG member, Mary Ann Lawson, will speak at our February 20 meeting. The title of her presentation is: “A Reflection of My Life and the Life of James Baldwin as Being Black and Gay.”

January 2018 Newsletter

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OCTOBER 2017 NEWSLETTER

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PFLAG MEETING

Don’t forget——PFLAG Meeting tonight at 7:00. St.John’s 1500 University—-HOPE TO SEE YOU. !!..