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||OneWheaton to mark 10th Homecoming Weekend on Oct. 8-9
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OneWheatona group of LGBTQA alumni and students of Wheaton Collegewill mark its 10th annual Homecoming Weekend with virtual activities on Oct. 8-9.
On Oct. 8, at 6 p.m., there will be an LGBTQIA Storytelling Hour. Attendees are urged to "bring a drink and a story." This year, the organizers are looking for love stories, from experiences on campus or life after Wheaton.
The following day, there will be a 3 p.m. screening of the film Pray Away. Pray Away is a documentary that explores the origins of the gay conversion movement, some of its now-remorseful leaders and the trauma the movement inflicted on young gay people growing up in the church. The movie was a Tribeca Film Festival 2020 nominee for best documentary feature.
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