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Community Means Everyone Week 2018: Screening and Discussion of 'What Are You?'

By Ione Damasco

As part of Community Means Everyone Week, the University Libraries are working with LGBTQ+ Support Services to host a screening and discussion of the short 2013 documentary What Are You? Microaggressions & LGBTQ Identities.

The 29-minute film is an intimate portrait of people growing up gay, lesbian, bisexual, gender non-conforming and transgender in the Pacific Northwest. Issues discussed include microaggressions, implicit bias, coming out, the gender binary, discrimination at the workplace, and family dynamics.

Event information
  • AVIATE-approved
  • When: Noon-1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16
  • Where: Roesch Library Collab (Room 240)
  • Facilitators: Laura Gentner, coordinator of LGBTQ+ support services; Ione Damasco, University Libraries
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