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Resisterhood: Women, Hope and Resistance Reshaping American Politics
A film about the power of women, hope and resistance
A panel discussion with Cheryl Jacobs Crim, Producer, Director and Cinematographer; Mimi Hassanein, Egyptian immigrant and elected Montgomery County official; Margaret Morrison, retired Montgomery County educator and Selma to Montgomery marcher; and Congressman Luis Gutiérrez, former U.S. Representative from Illinois
The captivating and award-winning documentary Resisterhood gives us a women’s perspective on the after-effects of the 2016 U.S. presidential election from the Women’s March to the 2018 mid-terms. It follows the work of six activists aiming to reshape the future of American politics and inspire others to do the same.
You will be emailed a link so that you can watch Resisterhood before the class. During the class, you will hear from the film’s director and several of the activists profiled in the film.