“Tales of the Waria” film showing and panel discussion (Queer Film Series), April 8, 5:00 p.m., SURC Pit.
This is a film about a transgender community in Indonesia, the largest Muslim country in the world, and their struggles to find love and acceptance in a culture that emphasizes gender dualities. The director, Kathy Huang, describes it as a film about “contradictions, tragedy, and heroism.” A panel discussion will follow the film – Mark Auslander (Anthropology), Robyn Brammer (Psychology), Lene Pedersen (Anthropology), and Pam McMullin-Messier (Sociology).
Women's and Gender Studies and the Center for Diversity and Social Justice are sponsoring an eveningWhy We Still Need Women & Gender Studies
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Women's and Gender Studies as part of the Mass Incarceration and Social Justice Initative at CWU wil