Saturday, December 14

Cecilia Wen is recording the musical voice of Niang Niang for UCLA extension student Michael Yip's short film, "The Gay Mafia." Niang Niang is portrayed by Jeffrey Liang, a professional drag queen. (Courtesy of Michael Yip)
Cecilia Wen is recording the musical voice of Niang Niang for UCLA extension student Michael Yip's short film, "The Gay Mafia." Niang Niang is portrayed by Jeffrey Liang, a professional drag queen. (Courtesy of Michael Yip)

(Courtesy of Tassos Boulmetis and Kleopatra Haritos)
(Courtesy of Tassos Boulmetis and Kleopatra Haritos)

Karen McCarthy Woolf is UCLA's new poet-in-residence and Fulbright All Disciplines scholar. She will lead workshops with the Promise Institute for Human Rights where students discuss how poetic storytelling deepens the connection between law and human rights.(Courtesy of Karen McCarthy Woolf)
Karen McCarthy Woolf is UCLA's new poet-in-residence and Fulbright All Disciplines scholar. She will lead workshops with the Promise Institute for Human Rights where students discuss how poetic storytelling deepens the connection between law and human rights.(Courtesy of Karen McCarthy Woolf)

(Courtesy of Netflix)
(Courtesy of Netflix)

(Courtesy of Matthew Murphy)
(Courtesy of Matthew Murphy)

Graduate student Antonia Thornton's documentary "Broken" touches upon themes of imprisonment and advocacy, casting the formerly incarcerated woman Wendy Staggs as the production's protagonist. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)
Graduate student Antonia Thornton's documentary "Broken" touches upon themes of imprisonment and advocacy, casting the formerly incarcerated woman Wendy Staggs as the production's protagonist. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)

(Andrew Cooper/ Sony Pictures)
(Andrew Cooper/ Sony Pictures)


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