“Julio of Jackson Heights” FREE Online Documentary Screening
Due to the coronavirus, please call to ensure this event is still happening before you leave home.
QHS is happy to showcase the documentary Julio of Jackson Heights, directed by Richard Shpuntoff online via Google Hangouts Meet. All you need to do is simply RSVP through the link provided above. Registered audiences will receive a link to access the screen share, and enjoy this incredible film in the comfort of your home.
Julio Rivera, a Bronx-born Puerto Rican hustler, was murdered in a schoolyard in Jackson Heights, Queens on July 2, 1990, by three young men looking to clean up their neighborhood by ‘stretching out a gay guy’, but instead the murder sparked the coming out of New York’s largest and until then most closeted LGBTQ community.
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