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Queer Diasporic Kinship
Wednesday, September 25, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
As queer migrants or queer children of migrants, we share a deeper, more complex connective language that outstretches, tugs at the heart between body and land. Our language can be felt as division and severance as well as assimilation or reclamation. We understand connections to land and body have shared languages and are intrinsically connected. How can we continue to form kinship through both queer and diasporic identities? This literary reading (with Q&A), aims to continue the work of centering multiple communities in struggle and in solidarity with one another.