Reclaiming Remembrance is a series of short films made by various queer-identified and indigenous filmmakers, which tie together themes of native identity, queer and two-spirit identity, legacies of colonization and more. The series was screened at the 2010 Queer Women of Color Film Festival in San Francisco, hosted by the Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project.
FRIDAY, November 18- Annual Richard OakesCelebration from 2:30- 8:30 at the Jack Adams Hall, CCSC
– ‘We are not a Costume’ Exhibit Opening at the Art Gallery
– Cultural Performances, Movie Screening/Panel Discussion, Comedic Performance, Community Feed/Potluck!
– The new ROMC reading room will be open for visiting.
SUNDAY, November 20- “We are Still Here” Installation Alcatraz Island
– a multimedia exhibit on the historic American Indian occupation of Alcatraz moves to the island. for more information, check out our Facebook.