Queer ecology event

Queer Ecology and Climate Justice Film and Workshop

Wednesday, February 28, 2024
Event Time 03:30 p.m. - 05:30 p.m. PT
Location Knuth Hall, Creative Arts Building
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Climate HQ, The Queer Trans Resource Center, and Haus Blaque Present:


Film Screening and Talk-Back with Film Maker, Natalia Villarán Quiñones

Can’t Stop Change: Queer Climate Stories from the Florida Frontline.


And a Queer EcoJustice Interactive Workshop with Deseree Fontenot, Queer EcoJustice Project, and Movement Generation.


Join us for an amazing grassroots film and workshop. We will screen "Can't Stop Change: Queer Climate Stories from the Florida Frontline," which shares stories of queer and trans resistance, resilience, and brilliance in the face of rising seas, stronger storms, and escalating state violence.


Following the film, we will have a Q & A with Natalia Villarán Quiñones, one of the filmmakers. Then Deseree Fontenot from the Queer EcoJustice Project and Movement Generation will lead a fun, interactive workshop that explores ecological diversity, resilience, and complexity from a Queer Ecological framework.


This event is a collaboration between the Dismantling Anti-Blackness Conference hosted by QTRC and Haus Blaque, Climate HQ and The Race and Resistance Studies Department. 

Queer ecology event