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Digital drag show ‘Untitled (America)’ to benefit the Navajo Water Project

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“What does it mean to be an American queer person of color today?” That’s the question posed by Untitled Queen, a New York-based artist, drag queen and organizer behind the one-off digital show Untitled (America).

The event, scheduled to stream on Twitch on July 4, will feature a drag queen from every state, including Nevada’s Lynn Troller.

“Our art is in direct response to the racism, slavery, genocide and white supremacy enacted at this country’s creation,” reads the event page for Untitled (America). “We center and uplift Black and Brown queer voices by telling our stories.”

Troller, who lives in Las Vegas and is a resident at Piranha Nightclub, says she filmed her segment Downtown to highlight parts of the city that are often overlooked.

Untitled (America) benefits the Navajo Water Project, an Indigenous-led organization that brings running water to homes without access to water or sewer lines for Indigenous communities in

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