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LGBTQ Latinx Month

Sept. 15-Oct. 15, come up the Mountainlair for our posters of Latinx political, cultural and historical figures.

Oct. 17, 7-9 pm, Woodburn Circle, join us for the film, Pelo Malo, addressing race and sexuality in Venezuela, Pelo Malo is being shown as part of WVU's World Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics Hispanic Heritage Month film festival and the discussion will be lead by LGBTQ+ Center Assistant Director Ellen Rodrigues.

Latin American and Iberian Outdoor Film Festival, Wednesdays, Oct. 3-31, 2018:
Thanks to financial support from PRAGDA and the WLLL department, we have now the rights to show a total of five movies. The festival will be open not only to students, faculty, and staff at WVU, but also the community in Morgantown: students and teachers in High Schools, the Spanish speaking population, etc. The festival will present recent films on topics such as Latin American politics, exile, global economy, human rights, culture, gender/sexual identity, etc. Each movie will be shown with English subtitles, and there will be an introduction and a post-showing discussion led by faculty members in the WLLL department, the History Department, the Center for Women's and Gender Studies, the Sociology Department, and the LGBTQ+ Center.
 
 
WHERE – outside in Woodburn Circle
WHEN – Wednesdays 7-9pm
FILMS
Truman (Spain, 2015). October 3.
Infancia clandestina (Argentina, 2013). October 10.
Pelo malo (Venezuela, 2013). October 17.
La mano invisible (Spain, 2016). October 24.  
7 cajas (Paraguay, 2013). October 31.