The film features eight original GLLU members, including four women, three men, and a non-binary member. The film also reveals archival material never seen before, previously stored in closets, garages, and in institutional archives. This documentary film delves into Latin@/Latine/Latinx/Hispanic, LGBTQ, community and social justice movements intersections, Latina Lesbians shaping a movement, early Queer movement community work, co-gender collaboration (a rarity in the early days of our movements), intergenerational dialogue, mentorship, and legacy leadership, among other themes and topics, especially those still relevant today.

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