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WHEN: November 5, 2013
TIME: 7pm-9pm
WHERE: Porter Byrum Welcome Center
 
Unconditional directed by Rhonda Chan Soo, Kelly McKenna, and Hanna Teachey
 
A “Work-in-Progress” screening of the film “Unconditional” followed by a panel discussion with the characters, filmmakers and leading authorities on the issue. 

Co-produced by Rhonda Chan Soo, Hannah Teachey, and Kelly McKenna

Unconditional explores how second-parent adoption laws in North Carolina harm children and parents in same-sex families. A second-parent adoption, for an unmarried couple, allows a ‘second parent’ to adopt their partner’s biological or adoptive child without the legal parent losing their parental rights. The film follows two North Carolina families as they navigate the legal system and fight to obtain legal parental-child bonds. Watch them rise up and persevere against a legal system that fails to protect them.

Unconditional aims to raise awareness of ways that current North Carolina laws harm children and parents in same-sex families.  Join us for a screening of the film followed by a panel discussion consisting of the filmmakers, film subjects, and Chris Brook, Legal Director for the ACLU of North Carolina Legal Foundation.

Visit the website for more information:

http://unconditional-movie.com/

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CONTACT

Dr. Woodrow Hood
Director Film Studies Program

Box 7347, Reynolda Station
Wake Forest University
Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 27109

hoodwb@wfu.edu