Please join the Association of Part-Time Undergraduate Students (APUS), LGBTOUT, and the UTSC Women's and Trans Centre (WTC) for a screening of the Netflix original documentary, "Disclosure". This documentary examines trans representation in media throughout history and its subsequent impacts on both the trans community and pop culture. The screening will be accompanied by a short discussion.
Please note will take place virtually.
Association of Part-Time Undergraduate Students (APUS)Organizer of Documentary Screening: 'Disclosure'The Association of Part-time Undergraduate Students at the University of Toronto (APUS) represents over 6000 Fall/Winter and 14,000 Summer part-time students across all three campuses of the University of Toronto. APUS was founded in 1968 by part-time students who wanted to make part-time study an integral part of the University.
UTSC Womens & Trans CentreOrganizer of Documentary Screening: 'Disclosure'The UTSC Womens & Trans Centre is an open, safe, and anti-oppressive space at UTSC. We strive to make a better and more inclusive campus for self identified racialized, queer, non-binary and trans folks, women, femmes, and any and all intersections of the above identities. We provide a variety of programming throughout the year and can also refer students to various supports and resources as needed.
LGBTOUTOrganizer of Documentary Screening: 'Disclosure'Originally founded as the University of Toronto Homophile Association in 1969, LGBTOUT is the oldest LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer) student organization in Canada and has served the U of T community for almost half a century.
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