The San Francisco Bay Times published an article about our 17th annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival.

“Molten Connections Make for Merry Community at the 17th Annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival”
Published June 10, 2021

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“In its 17-year history, the free, annual international Queer Women of Color Film Festival has always focused on the core issues that fracture our daily lives. It empowers the creativity and leadership of LBTQIA+ Black/African descent, Native American/American Indian, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander, First Nations/Indigenous, Asian, South Asian, Southwest Asian, North African, Arab & Muslim, and Latinx—including AfroLatinx and Indígena—(BIPOC) filmmakers and audiences from around the world. It layers joy and compassion across fissures caused by bigotry. And it solidifies safety, welcome, and belonging for these communities with plenty of humor.”

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On a black background, white text in orange quotation marks reads, “The 17th annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival advances social change through daring representation.” Below, black text in an orange box reads East Bay Express. In the bottom left corner is the QWOCMAP 20th anniversary logo, and white and orange text that reads Radical Visions, written by Lou Fancher.