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Moonlight [Film Screening]

Location: UCB 100

A breathtaking drama film that showcases the life of a young black man named Chiron. This film takes the audience on a journey with Chiron while he grows up in Miami. His personal growth of manhood is led by the support and continuous love from the community.

Refreshments Provided. Q&A to follow film.

Sponsored by UH Hilo Art , Performing Arts Sociology, and Women's and Gender Studies Departments, LGBTQ+ Center, Minority Access & Achievement Program, New Student Programs, Office of Equal Opportunity, and the Women's Center.

For more information, contact: gingerh@hawaii.edu 808-932-7461

Tags: MAAP Film BHM Black History Month LGBTQ maap lgbtq+ lgbt

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