What Now? – Humanities for the Public Good Symposium 2021 – The Whistle
Screening of The Whistle, followed by a conversation with Director Storm Miguel Florez and featured guest Charlene Padilla Johnson, moderated by Dr. Annette Rodriguez
About the film: The Whistle tells the story of a secret code created by and shared among young lesbians in 1970s & 80s Albuquerque as a means of self-identification and finding community.
The Humanities for the Public Good Initiative brings together students, artists, scholars, cultural practitioners, and people interested in using humanistic knowledge to forward publicly engaged scholarship, across four days Tuesday, April 6th through Friday, April 9th, 2021.
All events are free, open to the public and virtual. See the full schedule here.