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Another film happening tonight is from the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program in Brooks-Rogers. They will be screening U People with a talk-back with Hanifah Walidah to follow. From the Africana Studies Department website:

U People (2006) is an incidental documentary exploring issues of ethnicity, gender identification, family, arts and activism in contemporary black queer women’s communities. The first ‘rockumentary’ of its kind, U People brings viewers behind the scenes of a not-so-typical music video shoot for out black lesbian artist Hanifah Walidah’s single “Make A Move,” which debuted on LOGO’s Click List in January of 2007. 

7:00 p.m. | Tuesday, April 10
Brooks-Rogers Hall, free

Another film happening tonight is from the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program in Brooks-Rogers. They will be screening U People with a talk-back with Hanifah Walidah to follow. From the Africana Studies Department website:

U People (2006) is an incidental documentary exploring issues of ethnicity, gender identification, family, arts and activism in contemporary black queer women’s communities. The first ‘rockumentary’ of its kind, U People brings viewers behind the scenes of a not-so-typical music video shoot for out black lesbian artist Hanifah Walidah’s single “Make A Move,” which debuted on LOGO’s Click List in January of 2007. 

7:00 p.m. | Tuesday, April 10

Brooks-Rogers Hall, free

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