A close up photo of Jewelle Gomez laughing and looking across the room. Jewelle is a Black Native Femme elder with medium brown skin and close-cropped white curly hair, wearing a red sweater, a black and red beaded necklace, and dangly silver earrings. Behind her are bookshelves lit by warm yellow light. Jewelle's signature is scrawled across the image in white text, with printed text below that reads A new documentary by Madeleine Lim. In the top left corner is the QWOCMAP logo.

QWOCMAP uses film to shatter stereotypes and bias, reveal the lived truth of inequality, and challenge the roots of inequity and injustice through art and activism.

QWOCMAP fuels leadership and creativity, sparks awareness and galvanizes collective action, builds community and solidarity, forges learning and strengthens movements.

QWOCMAP creates, exhibits, and distributes films that authentically reflect the lives and address the social justice issues that concern African Descent/Black; Native American; First Nations & Indigenous; Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander; Southwest Asian, Middle Eastern, Arab, North African, South Asian; Asian, Southeast Asian, Central Asian; Latinx including indígena and afrodescendiente; and multi-ethnic lesbian, bisexual women, queer women of color (both cisgender & transgender), Two Spirit, intersex, and nonbinary, gender nonconforming, and transgender people of color (of any orientation).

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