NOTHING WITHOUT US - Women's Herstory Month

Women's Herstory Month
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Showings

Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 3 Sun, Mar 18 2:00 PM

Description

Women's Herstory Month

NOTHING WITHOUT US
Sunday, March 18 at 2 pm | Members $11 | Public $16

Includes reception and panel discussion with:
Dr. Margaret Abraham, (Hofstra U.) President of the International Sociological Association
Dr. Diana Papademas, (SUNY/Old Westbury) UN Coordinator/United Nations Academic Impact, SWS/UN Representative
Dr. Jennifer Brown (Long Island University) SWS/UN Representative
• And other SWS and International representatives to the UN Economic and Social Council and Department of Public Information
Co-sponsors: SOCIOLOGISTS FOR WOMEN IN SOCIETY, A United Nations NGO, an academic,
professional association working on international issues and gender equality globally.

From Burundi to the American South, how HIV-positive women on two continents have spent 30 years fighting for treatment, survival—and a place at the table.

Combining archival footage and interviews with female activists, scientists and scholars in the US and Africa, director Harriet Hirshorn demonstrates the vital role that women activists have played and continue to play in the global fight against HIV/AIDS. An unexpectedly upbeat film about pressing global issues conveyed through intimate, evocative journeys, Nothing Without Us tells the stories of ordinary women facing their fears, cares and everyday struggles in order to fight for their communities and their very lives. (USA, 2017, 67 min., NR, English | Dir. Harriet Hirshorn)