(Princeton) Transmasculine People of Color Photo and Audio Exhibit

  • 09 Nov 2011
  • 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Princeton, NJ
(Un)Heard: Transmasculine People of Color Speak!
A Photo & Audio Exhibit
Princeton, NJ

WHEN: Opening Reception: Wednesday, November 9, 5:00PM to 6:00PM
Exhibit Runs: November 7 through November 22
WHERE: Carl A. Fields Center (58 Prospect Ave), Princeton University (Formerly Elm Club) http://www.princeton.edu/fieldscenter/

(Un)heard: Transmasculine People of Color Speak! is an audio/visual ethnographic project about the lives and experiences of transmasculine people of color. By utilizing in-depth audio interviews and intimate portraits, (Un)heard seeks to move transmasculine of color identities and community from margin to center, and addresses issues of personal triumph, loss, desire, community, relationships, and discrimination.

Sponsored by the Center for African American Studies, Fields Center, LGBT Center, Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, Radclyffe: the social club of record for the discriminating butch-transman-masculine chic woman, Yale GALA and 
FFR/Princeton BTGALA, and Women's Center.
For more information, visit http://transunheard.com/.
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