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9th Annual National Community College Virtual Peacebuilding Seminar

Event Date:

November 6, 2021 | 1:15 PM EDT TO 2:00 PM EDT
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After decades of hiding feminine impulses, a renowned Spanish dancer comes out to defy convention by...

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Join the Pulitzer Center for a presentation on "Documentary Journalism and Social Change" at the 9th Annual National Community College Peacebuilding Seminar on November 6, 2021, at 1:15pm EDT.

Pulitzer Center Outreach Coordinator Holly Rosewood will screen Flamenco Queer, which looks at the world of flamenco in drag, and share opportunities for educators and students at the Pulitzer Center. 

Flamenco Queer is a Pulitzer Center-supported project by grantees Ana González and Frederick Bernas. The project tells the story of Manuel Liñán, an award-winning artist who has created a cathartic drag performance with six other men to unapologetically share part of their identities—a secret that’s been kept in the closet for more than three decades.

The peacebuilding seminar brings faculty, students, and administrators together to consider issues of peacebuilding, social justice, and public health. See the full seminar agenda here.



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