Please join us for a free screening of the internationally acclaimed documentary about CeCe McDonald, a black trans woman who survived a racist, transphobic attack, only to be incarcerated for defending her life. After an international movement to free her, CeCe emerged as a leader to interrogate the prison industrial complex and inspire women to fight back when attacked.
There will be a Q&A with the filmmaker, Jac Gares, and CeCe herself after the film, followed by a meet and greet (with snacks)!Reserve your ticket now for this historic event! More info on the film can be found here. Please spread the word- forward widely to your networks!
Where: Arthur Anderson Auditorium, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley
Co-sponsored by D.I.C.E. (Diversity, Inclusion, Community and Equity) at UC Berkeley School of Public Health, Q@Haas/ Haas Diversity, T-Cal (Trans on Campus), QTAP, Berkeley Law Queer Caucus, Queer & Allied Pre-Med, Pre-Health Association, Tang Center, Oscar Wilde House, and Berkeley Queer Grads.
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