A group of 5 Black women with dark brown skin and medium brown skin sit on a concrete wall, smiling and laughing while looking at each other and straight ahead. n the background, there is grass and green bushes with pink flowers on the left, and concrete stairs with green poles and railings on the right. In the middle, white and yellow text reads 16th annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival June 12, 13, 14, 2020. In the upper left, white text reads Online Live Cast! In the upper right, an orange circle with the QWOCMAP logo and white text reads 20th anniversary.
A Native Hawaiian woman with medium brown skin and short black curly hair is wearing long triangle shaped earrings and a white collared tank top. She is in profile, looking down and turned slightly away from the camera. She is facing blue gray water with land behind it. On the lower left, black and white text reads Queer Pacific Islander & Asian Film Screening Live Cast May 16, 7PM PST. On the lower right, an orange circle with the QWOCMAP logo and white text reads 20th anniversary.
a long haired person of color delivers a plant to another Asian person who is taller, in the background are large bushes and trees

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QWOCMAP uses film to shatter stereotypes and bias, reveal the lived truth of inequality, address the vital, intersecting issues that concern multiple populations, and build understanding and community around art and social justice. QWOCMAP creates, exhibits, and distributes high-impact films that authentically reflect the lives of queer women of color (cisgender & transgender), and gender non-binary/nonconforming/variant and transgender people of color (of any orientation), and address the vital, intersecting social justice issues that concern our multiple communities. QWOCMAP’s vision nurtures filmmakers as artist-activist leaders for social change.

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