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Thursday, April 12 • 11:00am - 11:50am
Feminism, Queerness, and Racism in the Hispanic Caribbean

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Visual representations of street art and poetry concerning feminism, queerness, and racism in the Hispanic Caribbean.

Speakers
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Natalie Harper

Natalie Harper is a freshman from Leeäó»s Summit, Missouri. She is majoring in Business Administration and Accounting and minoring in Hispanic Studies. She is involved in Graceland Orchestra and Choir, Enactus, Community Development Club, and SAGE.
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Natalia Kome

Natalia Scaglione-Kome originates from Columbia, Missouri. She is an English and Communications double major with a minor in Psychology. She is involved in The Tower, Campus Ministries, and House Council.
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Tori Simpson

Tori Simpson is a freshman from Independence, Missouri. She is double-majoring in English and Studio Art with a minor in Hispanic Studies. She is involved in Graceland Book Club and S.A.G.E.
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Tabitha Watson

Tabitha Watson is a freshman from Sugar Creek, Missouri. She is studying Nursing with a minor in Hispanic Studies. Tabitha plays volleyball and works with the Graceland Sustainability program.

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Thursday April 12, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Shaw Center Lobby

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