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In a world where Black women are often left to fend for themselves while being held to an ungodly high standard, this program aims to celebrate and exemplify Black women throughout the various stages of being. This collection of films aims to take you through coming of age tenderness, spirited fights for equality and unfiltered truthfulness. In implementing this program with The OutMuseum, it establishes an opportunity to appreciate what Black womanhood looks like through an array of experiences and narratives.

Guest Curated by Outfest Fusion Programmer Tishon Pugh

In this documentary portrait, a group of Black trans women in New Orleans fight to repeal Louisiana's unjust Crime Against Nature by Solicitation (CANS) law, which law enforcement has used to criminalize LGBTQ+ Louisianians for 40 years.

In order to watch CANS Can't Stand, please head over to the film's page on The New Yorker here.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    19 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Social Media
  • Director
    Matt Nadel, Megan Plotka
  • Producer
    Matt Nadel
  • Executive Producer
    Big Freedia
  • Co-Producer
    Wendi Cooper
  • Cast
    Wendi Cooper, Milan Nicole Sherry
  • Cinematographer
    Nisa East
  • Editor
    Will Mayo