Social Justice Media Making

Social Justice Media Making

April 1, 2013

This event is part of the 2013 Philly Queer Media series

When: April 1, 2013. 12-2 pm

Where: Temple University, 812 Anderson Hall, Philadelphia, PA

Cost & audience: Free and open to the public

Event description

Two renowned artist-activists, Aishah Shahidah Simmons and mónica enríquez-enríquez, will discuss their award- winning multimedia film and video work that has interrogated racialized sexuality, migration, violence, and the importance of media production for queer of color activism. Come be part of a conversation exploring how marginalized communities have and can mobilize media making tools in the service of social justice.

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