“Audre Lorde: The Berlin Years, 1984-1992”

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The University of Lethbridge Anti-Racism Film Series
invites U of L  Faculty, Staff and Students to a film screening of:

“Audre Lorde: The Berlin Years, 1984-1992”

Audre Lorde, the highly influential, award winning Black lesbian poet came to live in West-Berlin in the 1980s. During her stay as a visiting professor, she was a mentor and catalyst who ignited the Afro-German movement. Lorde also had a decisive impact on white women, challenging them to acknowledge the significance of their white privilege and learning to deal with difference in constructive ways.   Lorde’s work remains relevant for the 21st century and its contested politics of race, gender, and sexuality.

Moderated by Dr. Suzanne Lenon and Migueltzinta Solis

February 23, 2021 at 6:30 pm
Please register for this event:  http://bit.ly/AudreLordeFilm

Thank you to the following for their support of this event:
The Department of Sociology and the Department of Women & Gender Studies

Financial support provided by: The Office of the President and the Faculty of Arts & Science Dean’s Office


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Jenny Oseen | oseejs@uleth.ca | (403) 329-2551