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By Campus Life
To raise awareness of LGBT+ people and history this LGBT History Month, we're hosting a film and discussion evening on Thursday 17th February!
Join us in the Haven on Bay Campus to watch American drama film Pariah (2011), that tells the story of Alike (Adepero Oduye), a 17-year-old Black teenager embracing her identity as a lesbian. After the showing, we will start the discussion with some general reflections on how people found the film and move on to explore the ideas within it.
All students and staff welcome. Free drinks and snacks will be provided 🙂
COVID-19: You must not attend this event if you have tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 10 days, have been a close contact of another person with a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the last 10 days, have been advised to self-isolate, or are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19. If you have recently arrived in the UK, you must have completed any UK Government mandated quarantine period before attending this event.
You are required to follow all Welsh and UK Government COVID guidelines including the wearing of face masks in non-hospitality settings.
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Covid Pass: Although you do not currently require a Covid Pass to attend this event, rules can change without notice. We strongly encourage all persons to set up their Covid Pass and to keep this up-to-date.
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Cancellation: Spaces are limited, so if you book a ticket but are not able to attend, please ensure you cancel this through your Fatsoma account. This will allow another person to take the space and avoid people missing out.
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