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UndocuQueer Conference

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2018 UndocuQueer Conference

Saturday, October 13, 2018


Washington State University, Tri-Cities

Keynote Speaker: Armando Ibañez

Armando Ibañez in front of a red background.

Armando Ibañez

Armando Ibañez is an undocuqueer filmmaker and activist from Guerrero, Mexico. He has been living in the United States for over 16 years and lives in Paramount, California with his mother and two siblings. Armando is involved in the LGBTQ and immigrant rights movements and is an active member with Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement. His passion for film began at the age of 7 years old while watching Mexican cinema from the 1950s. Currently, Armando is the director and writer of the online series “Undocumented Tales,” a story that follows the journey of a Mexican undocumented and queer server living in Los Angeles. He is committed to portraying authentic Latinx characters and address real issues impacting immigrant communities in the United States.

Students hanging out at UndocuQueer

UndocuQueer networking event

Sponsors of the 2018 UndocuQueer Conference

Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center logo

Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center

Multicultural Student Services logo

Multicultural Student Services

Crimson Group logo

Crimson Group

University of Washington Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity, Samuel E Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center

University of Washington, Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center

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Division of Student Affairs