“Being Enye” – Private Screening Plus Conversation with Co-Creator Denise Soler Cox

Many Enyes (first generation American born Latinos) don’t feel fully connected – not “American enough” among Americans and not “Latino enough” among Latinos.  This leaves many Enyes feeling like they don’t truly belong anywhere; but by driving awareness of this shared Enye experience, and giving it a name, Producer Denise Cox is transforming this source of alienation into a source of empowerment, belonging and cultural awareness.

Join film producer Denise Soler Cox for a private showing of her film “Being Enye” followed by a discussion.

Date:                 Thursday, October 26, 2017

Time:                 5:30pm Doors open for registration and networking

Location:            PG&E Auditorium, 245 Market Street, San Francisco

Investment:        $49, free for PBWC members

Denise Soler Cox: A Latina filmmaker and cultural storyteller, she’s dedicated to helping individuals, organizations and companies transform how we talk, share and view culture and identity.  She’s built a reputation for being a speaker who has the rare ability to shine a light on a sensitive and often ignored topic, with extraordinary clarity, honesty and humor.

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