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Nicole Espinosa and Erika Abad
Presentation: Nicole Espinosa and Erika Abad
Nicole Espinosa and Erika Abad (both Interdisciplinary, Ethnic, and Gender Studies) participated in the second annual Clexacon, a lesbian and bisexual media convention, at the Tropicana earlier this month. Espinosa, a women's studies major, participated on the "Lexa's Legacy" panel. Professor-in-residence Abad participated on the "Queer Women of Color Representation in the Media" panel. Approximately 4,000 people from 49 states and 25 countries attended the convention.
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