Courtney chats with New York-based activist, filmmaker, and writer Tourmaline about her work which highlights the capacity of Black, queer, and trans people to make and transform worlds. Tourmaline’s films create portraits of people whose stories tell the history of New York City, including gay and trans liberation activists, drag queens, and queer icons Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera. Also in this episode, Courtney talks to Meg Slater, Assistant Curator of International Exhibition Projects, NGV about the themes of community and activism and how they are represented in NGV’s exhibition QUEER: Stories from the NGV Collection.

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