Thursday, March 1, 2018
7:00pm – 8:30pm
Lower Salomon Rm 001, Salomon Center
The LGBTQ and FLi Centers seek to engage art as a strategy of resistance and disruption of dominant narratives that seek to silence radical voices within the immigrant rights movement. We invited queer and trans artists from various cultural backgrounds to explore questions of identity, survival, and the racialization of undocumented communities in mainstream narratives. Who is being erased from the discourse surrounding race, immigration, and documentation? What modalities of resistance are being de-legitimized? What is the queer and trans experience in the midst of it all? We strive for this event to be a platform to grapple with these questions and allot space for queer and trans artists activists to share their experience in this work.
Featured Panelists Include:
- Rommy Torrico
- Alan Pelaez Lopez
- Ola Osaza
- Stephanie “Soultree” Anne Ladrera Camba
- Felipe Baeza
Co-sponsored by the Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity, Native American and Indigenous Studies at Brown, the Office of Residential Life, the Office of the President, the Brown Immigrant Rights Coalition, the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and the Education Department.