Joined by the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, some singers packed three vans and six buses — often filled with pink wigs — to stage a series of concerts in red states in response to anti-LGBT sentiment after the election. The tour was named after the pen used to sign a San Francisco gay rights bill in , which was a gift from Harvey Milk, a member of the Board of Supervisors who was assassinated in At that time, the states visited by the chorus had just enacted, or were in the process of passing, some of the most discriminatory laws in the nation. We had people speak to us who had been at the march in and everyone was profoundly moved. It changed people in a way that they were able to see themselves effect change.
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The documentary director David Charles Rodrigues wanted to trace a historic movement under the Trump administration. Rodrigues followed the group on a seven-day tour in the South, where they performed 25 concerts in Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama and the Carolinas as part of their Lavender Pen Tour. The point was to capture the divided country and its anti-LGBT laws. The chorus wanted to raise their voices and fight back.