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Do you know more than a few Gloria Allred superfans? Invite them for a Seeing Allred watch party for a behind-the-scenes look at the life, career and values of one of the great advocates for social justice and equality today.
Simply follow these 9 easy steps to host a successful Talk Amongst Yourselves watch party:
1) Pick a place
Secure an event space. It can be as simple as your living room.
2) Plan your guest list
Determine the size of your Talk Amongst Yourselves watch party. Invite your people - family, friends, colleagues, community members, fellow congregation members. Be sure to track your RSVPs.
3) Communication is key
4) Create an agenda
Plan the evening and let your attendees know what to expect.
Here's a sample agenda:
5) Bring the nosh
Once you have an idea of how many people are attending your watch party, decide what other supplies you'll need for the event, including food and drink.
6) Testing testing
Check that the technology works so that everything runs smoothly on the evening of the event. Need help streaming the film and video Q&A to your TV? Email email@example.com for technical support.
7) Send a reminder
Everyone is busy so reminding guests of your Talk Amongst Yourselves event the week before and especially the day of is really important. This can take the form of an email, text, phone call, or Facebook post. Whatever you feel works best as a reminder will work!
8) Enjoy the event!
Make sure that everyone - including yourself - has a great time at your party!
9) Share your photos and comments
Remember to use #JFIWatchParty when sharing your selfies, photos and comments about the Talk Amongst Yourselves screening of Seeing Allred.
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