Ethnic Studies Week Reveals 'Untold Stories'
Monday, October 3: I a.m. THE QUEEN explores how three Puerto Ricans negotiate being a teenager and transgender in a predominantly Latino neighborhood, while competing in the Cacique Queen pageant. Directors Josue Pellot and Henrique Cirne-Lima will answer questions following after the screening. 7 p.m., Norris Science Center Towsley Hall
Tuesday, October 4: The Untold Stories of Muslims in America, a presentation led by Albion College's adjunct ethnic studies professor Rosina Hassoun and students. 6 p.m., Olin Hall Room 113
Wednesday October 5: Freeze, a unique performance presentation project. Students will "freeze" for 5-10 minutes, displaying t-shirts and posters that highlight facts, events and people that have often been neglected in our understanding of history. Noon to 1 p.m., Baldwin Hall steps
Thursday, October 6: Histories Untold. Spoken word performance by Flint-based poet Mona Haydar, artist-in residence with Ethnic Studies Week. 7:30 p.m., Kellogg Center.