EQUAL MEANS EQUAL - Women's Herstory Month

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Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 2 Sun, Mar 12, 2017 12:30 PM




Co-Presented by The American Association of University Women
Sunday, March 12 at 12:30 pm | Members $7 | Public $12

These programs are made possible by our generous sponsors:

National Endowment For the Arts, Humanities New York, Stu & Ginger Polisner

A groundbreaking exploration of gender inequality in the USA featuring top women’s rights activists, leaders, and survivors.

Kamala Lopez journeys across the country to tell the stories of four generations of American women grappling with the status of their rights, the issues they face and how these have impacted our society. Kamala speaks with the well-known, such as Patricia Arquette, and Gloria Steinem to the unknown, including gang girls and hotel maids, on how being female impacts daily life,         economically, politically, and socially. (USA, 2016, 93 min., English, NR, DCP | Dir. Kamala Lopez)

AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research.


Diane Haney is a retired special education teacher and past president of North Shore AAUW and AAUW New York State. She is a past district 6 (Long Island) coordinator and has coordinated a number of district conferences around issues covered in this fi lm.

Julie Loven is Vice President of Membership for the North Shore AAUW, since retiring from a 35-year career as insurance executive for AIG and Travelers, specializing in developing liability coverage for major corporations.

Anita Halasz is the Executive Director of Long Island Jobs With Justice, committed to protecting the rights of working people and supporting community struggles to build a more just society locally and globally.

Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this brochure do not necessarily represent those of these sponsors.