Call Her Ganda Film Screening & Panel on Militarization and Sexual Violence
March 8, 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Art Auditorium
Join us for a screening of "Call Her Ganda" and a Panel Discussion on Militarization, Sexual Violence, and Sovereignty in the Pacific
March 8, 2019
5pm @ Art Auditorium
The 2016 murder of transgender prostitute Jennifer Laude by a 19-year old U.S. Marine in the Philippines sent shockwaves around the world. Call Her Ganda is an award-winning 2018 documentary about the murder case by filmmaker PJ Raval that has appeared at the Tribeca Film Festival, San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival, and the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. Learn more about the film and the Jennifer Laude case at callherganda.com
The film will be followed by a panel discussion featuring Atty. Virginia Suarez Lacsa, the lawyer for the Laude family, Joseph Michael R. de Jesus, National Spokesperson for True Colors Coalition
& Yvonne Mahelona from Af3irm Hawai'i.
The event is free and open to the public and light refreshments will be served.
Sponsors include Graduate Student Organization, UHM LGBTQ+ Center, UHM Ilokano Language and Literature Program, Nakem Conferences, UHM Department of Political Science, UHM Department of American Studies, UHM Department of Ethnic Studies, UHM Department of Women's Studies, UHM Center for Philippine Studies, Ethnic Studies Student Association & AF3IRM HawaiÊ»i.
GSO, Mānoa Campus
Rebecca Maria Goldschmidt, (773) 793-5270, firstname.lastname@example.org