She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry: Thursday, March 30 from 12:15-2 PM in Hillyer 229.
Resist: A Series of Films and Conversations on Social Activism
The Gender Studies and Africana Studies programs present our fourth installment in our collaborative documentary film series highlighting the power of collective activism and organized resistance. The series spotlights the strategic efforts of citizens to resist oppression and social injustice and create change across a variety of issues and time periods.
On Thursday, March 30, we will be showing She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry (2015). This film is a collaborative history of several facets of the Women’s Liberation Movement, spanning from the late 1960s to the “Slut Walk” and abortion rights debates of the 2010s. In addition to the film’s focus on landmark protests, publications, and social action, it also explores the ways that feminists challenged the movement to be more inclusive at its intersections (i.e. race, sexuality, nationality, etc.).
Please join us for this viewing and discussion! Refreshments will be provided.
She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry:
Thursday, March 30 from 12:15-2 PM in Hillyer 229.