Queer Vietnameseness Documentary Screening

TCC 227
February 12.
Los Angeles
Why join?

Orange County's Little Saigon Lunar New Year Tết Parade is an iconi...

Orange County's Little Saigon Lunar New Year Tết Parade is an iconic event celebrating the Vietnamese community in the United States. In 2013, organizers of this event banned LGBT groups from participation, citing that "LGBT is not part of Vietnamese culture."

This project is an attempt at adding the stories of queer vietnamese-american people to this narrative about what it means to be Vietnamese. The documentary follows the lives of three queer 2nd generation Vietnamese-Americans, navigating language, politics, and familial relationships.

++ Screening is Free & Open to the Public ++

Parking is available on campus for $12. The closest structure would be Parking Structure A located near the gate on Vermont. There is also usually ample street and metered parking in the area immediately surrounding campus.

We will be located on TCC 227. This room is on the second floor of the Tutor Campus Center, 3607 Trousdale Pkwy Los Angeles, CA 90089.
More information on the website of the event.


TCC 227


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