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Resisterhood – an exclusive program for members

Thursday, September 3, 2020 at 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm


Exclusive film viewing and panel discussion for existing and new members!

Resisterhood is a film about the power of women, hope and resistance in modern American politics.  Resisterhood will be released to the public after Labor Day but, as an exclusive benefit to Museum members, you can view the film on your own time and then join a panel discussion with filmmaker Cheryl Jacobs Crim, and film participants Mimi Hassanein, Jean Gearon, and Margaret Morrison on Thursday, September 3 at 7:30 pm.

When historians tell the story of the aftermath of the 2016 presidential elections, Resisterhood will be Exhibit A. Beginning at the 2017 Women’s March in Washington, DC, the film follows six diverse Americans as they fight for social justice on the streets and in the halls of power. Over the course of two years, we watch as they work to protect our rights and inspire others to join this peaceful and historic movement. Through their eyes, we experience the reality of America today. And through their actions, we witness the strength and courage of ordinary Americans during this extraordinary time.

The inspiring subjects in Resisterhood protest, march, teach, speak, organize, run for office, and get arrested in an effort to protect our democracy and encourage people to VOTE. Through their actions, we learn that we all have the power to change our country for the better and that only by standing up with and for each other will we be able to create a more perfect union.

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