“Rainbow Ending,” the new documentary by Alan Kaplan has been chosen for Cinema Diverse: The Palm Springs LGBTQ Film Festival, taking place September 11-30th, 2020. “Rainbow Ending” profiles the members of TriVersity – Center For Gender & Sexual Diversity. The film is about living your LGBTQ truth in Small Town USA. How an LGBTQ organization was formed in a largely rural area, where NY State, New Jersey and Pennsylvania come together in a TRI angle. And so Triversity was born. Originally called the Upper Delaware LGBTQ Center, the range of ages represented are from 11 years old to 70 years old supported by our programs, from peer groups and workshops to community events, to our Alternative Prom attended by all ages and ultimately coming to NYC to March in Pride, an overwhelming emotional experience. As one of our kids said “I never knew so many gay people existed”. This film depicts the personal growth of our members, through self-realization and ultimately success. Through their own eyes, and in their own words….
One of the amazing events taking place at the center is TriVersity Talk, which is a weekly web series with featured guests discussing their lives, activism and pressing issues in the LGBTQ Community. With TriVersity Talk!, the goal is to laugh and learn.
TriVersity Talk! Is pary of TriVersity’s ICARE Initiative. ICARE stands for Increasing Community Awareness through Relevant Education. ICARE Programs are generously funded by The Greater Pike Community Foundation.
TriVersity Talk is hosted by Wendy Stuart Kaplan, who has over 40 years working as an activist in the LGBTQ Community and who is a co-founder of TriVersity, and Steven Bloomer-Teague.
The official website for the TriVersity Center may be found at https://www.triversitycenter.org
More information on the Cinema Diverse LGBTQ Film Festival may be found here: