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mónica enríquez-enríquez: Film Screening and Director’s Talk

April 1, 2013

This event is part of the 2013 Philly Queer Media series

When: April 1, 2013. 6-8 pm

Where: The Rotunda (4014 Walnut Street), Philadelphia, PA

Cost & audience: Free and open to the public

Event description

Video artist mónica enríquez-enríquez will screen several of her multimedia works and discuss the ways queer communities of color and queer migrants navigate state violence, asylum, homelessness, and community activism while forging creative and collective movements for social justice.

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