Screening/Discussion “I Am More Than My Hair”
Branwen Okpako, Moderator
Alyscia Cunningham’s documentary, I Am More Than My Hair, will be presented online on Feb. 10. Branwen Okpako, associate professor of cinema and digital media, will moderate a Q&A with Cunningham following the screening.
Based on Cunningham’s second book, the film features the author and filmmaker interviewing females who have experienced hair loss due to a health-related condition. The program will include a short film by Chara Charis Andrews (’20).
4:30-6 PM PST Wednesday, Feb. 10.
Presented by the UC Davis Center for the Advancement of Multicultural Perspectives on Social Science, Arts, and Humanities(CAMPSSAH), the program is organized by Kimberly Nettles-Barcelón, associate professor and faculty advisor of gender, sexuality and women’s studies, and faculty director of CAMPSSAH, the program sponsor. Co-sponsored by the Women’s Resource and Research Center (WRRC), the Manetti Shrem Museum and the Department of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies.