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Documentary Discussion Series

The purpose of our Documentary Discussion Series is to explore the ways gender and sexism – as they intersect with other identities and systems of oppression – operate at an individual, interpersonal, and societal level.

 

In honor of BLACK HISTORY MONTH, please join the Emily Taylor Center for Women and Gender Equity & Office of Multicultural Affairs for a screening and discussion of the documentary REFLECTIONS UNHEARD: BLACK WOMEN IN CIVIL RIGHTS on Monday, February 10th at 6:30 pm in the Lawrence Public Library Auditorium.

 

Directed by Nevline Nnaji, REFLECTIONS UNHEARD unearths the story of Black women’s political marginalization — between the male-dominated Black Power movement and second wave feminism, which was largely white and middle class — showing how each failed to recognize Black women’s intersecting racial and gender identities.

 

OUR FEATURED VOICES:

Tanay Adams

Trinity Carpenter

Nebula Child

Rinne-Julie Früster

Ayesha K. Hardison

Bulaong Ramiz-Hall (facilitator)

 

WITH SUPPORT FROM:

Watkins Museum of History

The Lawrence 1970 Project

 

 

 

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