In 1992, at the height of the AIDS pandemic, activist Terence Alan Smith made a historic bid for president of the United States as his drag queen persona Joan Jett Blakk. Today, Smith reflects back on his seminal civil rights campaign and its place in American history.
Screening History & Awards
In competition for Excellence in Documentary Storytelling
DCFF Screening Information
Plays in the Changemakers shorts program, sponsored by Doyle’s Public House