Film Screening: Trans'it, Trans Lives in the Dominican Republic
Documentary Film Screening and Conversation with Film Director Carlos Rodriguez
Geisha, Thalia and Tommy are three Dominicans who live on the edge of a very constricting male and female binary in the ultra-conservative Dominican Republic. Within the social dynamics, their reality as transgender is often emphasized, which is why, they advocate for social inclusion all Dominican trans* people. An ode to Trans activists in the city of Santo Domingo, and how their lives navigate under their gender identity in a state that does not recognize them.
Popcorn and soda will be provided. Event is free and open to the public.
This event is brought to you by Rutgers University Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities, the Center for Latino Arts and Culture, Transmissions, Sociedad Estudiantil Dominicana, and the Department of Latino and Caribbean Studies--Rutgers University
This event is part of Project #RUALLYSHIP
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