Houston's Preview Film Screening Of Limited Partnership

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From Houston Public Media... this event is FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC (Please RSVP to Eventbrite so we know how many to expect.)

Instead of "'til Death Do Us Part," Tony and Richard said, "As Long As There is Love."

In 1975, Tony and Richard were granted a marriage by the state of Colorado. Richard already was a U.S. citizen, so they asked that their marriage be recognized for Anthony's Green Card.

The U.S. Department of Justice could have just declined, but instead it said that "You have failed to establish that a bona fide marriage exists between two faggots."

This one-hour documentary tells their story from when they met and how they fought to stay together for more than 4 decades.

The preview screening will be followed by a panel discussion with experts from around Houston. Panelists include:

• Christopher Kerr, MEd, LPC, Clinical Director, the Montrose Center
• John Nechman, Partner, Katine & Nechman L.L.P.
• Terence O’Neill, Division Manager, Mayor’s Office of International Communities
• Anne Chandler, Executive Director, Tahirih Justice Center
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By: The Montrose Center

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