“Looking for Marla”: The Story of a Fish’s Transition

14 Feb 2020
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Social Science Matrix

Event Type

Paloma Medina
PhD Candidate in Biomolecular Engineering, UC Santa Cruz

Please join us for a queer & trans story-time & zine-workshop on Valentine’s Day. Paloma Medina will read from their new book Looking for Marla – the story of a curious clownfish in transition as they find their way from fatherhood to motherhood. Following the reading, stick around for snacks, book buying, community building, and zine-making. There will be supplies for you to creatively explore your own ideas about gender, sex, & biology in DIY print media form.

Please reach out to ashton.wesner@berkeley.edu with any questions & accomodation requests.

This event is sponsored by CSTMS.
Additional sponsorship comes from:  Center for Race & Gender • College of Natural Resources • Queer Ecologies | Feminist Biologies (QE | FB) Collaborative • Social Science Matrix
College of Natural Resources

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