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WGST Spring 2021 Film Series: P.O.C. – P.O.V.

Final Film: The Infiltrators Wednesday, April 28, 2021 6:00 PM on ZOOM https://tcu.zoom.us/j/99007719958 We will WATCH the film together and then discuss it!  In the last years, mainstream Hollywood has tried to diversify the film industry, often with mixed results. In our Spring 2021 Film Series, we put Black, Indigenous, and People of Color center stage… Read more »

WGST Spring 2021 Film Series: P.O.C. – P.O.V.

Fourth Film: Amreeka  Wednesday, April 7, 2021 6:00 PM on ZOOM https://tcu.zoom.us/j/99007719958 We will WATCH the film together and then discuss it!  In the last years, mainstream Hollywood has tried to diversify the film industry, often with mixed results. In our Spring 2021 Film Series, we put Black, Indigenous, and People of Color center stage and… Read more »

WGST Spring 2021 Film Series: P.O.C. – P.O.V.

Third Film: Candyman Wednesday, March 17, 2021 6:00 PM on ZOOM https://tcu.zoom.us/j/99007719958 We will WATCH the film together and then discuss it!  In the last years, mainstream Hollywood has tried to diversify the film industry, often with mixed results. In our Spring 2021 Film Series, we put Black, Indigenous, and People of Color center stage and… Read more »

WGST Spring 2021 Film Series: P.O.C. – P.O.V.

Second Film: The Body Remembers When the Earth Broke Open  Wednesday, February 17, 2021 6:00 PM on ZOOM https://tcu.zoom.us/j/99007719958 We will WATCH the film together and then discuss it!  In the last years, mainstream Hollywood has tried to diversify the film industry, often with mixed results. In our Spring 2021 Film Series, we put Black,… Read more »

WGST Spring 2021 Film Series: P.O.C. – P.O.V.

In the last years, mainstream Hollywood has tried to diversify the film industry, often with mixed results. In our Spring 2021 Film Series, we put Black, Indigenous, and People of Color center stage and to listen and learn from their stories. Spanning different genres, identities, and timeframes, we explore what stories matter to people of… Read more »

WGST Spring 2021 Film Series: P.O.C. – P.O.V.

First Film: The Hate U Give  Wednesday, February 10, 2021 6:00 PM on ZOOM https://tcu.zoom.us/j/99007719958 We will WATCH the film together and then discuss it!  In the last years, mainstream Hollywood has tried to diversify the film industry, often with mixed results. In our Spring 2021 Film Series, we put Black, Indigenous, and People of Color center stage… Read more »

2019-20 Claudia V. Camp Faculty Research Award Lecture: Dr. Elva Orozco Mendoza

Thursday, February 11, 2021 5:00 PM on ZOOM Register Here! Dr. Elva Orozco Mendoza, the 2019-2020 Claudia V. Camp Faculty Research Award Winner, will give her lecture, “Maternal Transgressions: Neocolonial Terror and Subaltern Maternal Contracts in the Americas,” on Thursday, February 11. Orozco Mendoza is an Assistant Professor in the TCU Department of Political Science and… Read more »

TCU Junior Kiaya Johnson Impacts Community with Her Own Org and Podcast

By WGST Intern Hannah Patterson Maybe you’ve heard her hosting TCU Radio or maybe you’ve seen her merch worn by students around campus. Either way, junior Kiaya Johnson makes her presence known as she works diligently to provide positivity to the campus and local communities. She started her own organization, “Kash Movement”, a podcast, “Aye… Read more »

Spotlight on SGA

By Hannah Patterson With the election of Paige Shiring, Liliana Ogden, and Gabby Douthitt as TCU’s 2020-2021 student body officers, the university made history with the first all-female group leading the Student Government Association (SGA) since its inception 107 years ago. “You’d think this is an easy accomplishment, something a lot more realistic,” Vice President… Read more »