I've been invited back to this wonderful conference in Scottsdale, Arizona. In March I will be conducting a workshop on the facts about the importance of having a female president and how it affects our country. "Our All Male Presidency: How To Get A Female President And Why It Is Important"
Upcoming Events from Feminist: Stories from Women's LIberation
As one of the GMMP global ambassadors I will given opening remarks at yearly plenary.
Screening and speaking at the Art Theater Long Beach for the Long Beach branch of AAUW.
I'll be screening and speaking at Georgian Court University in New Jersey for the AAUW New Jersey.
This is a public school screening for IS 49 on Staten Island. for 8th graders.
Author series details TBD
Book signing and reading
Vroman's Bookstore signing and reading with contributors and Joanne Bamberger, editor for "Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox."
Stay tuned for the 2015 details!
Screening and panel discussion with filmmaker Lizzie Thynne, activist, writer and DJ Chardine Taylor-Stone and curator and feminist critic KAren Alexander. Feminist historian Dr. Margaretta Jolly will chair.
Pre-Feminism in London Conference Special: Women's Liberation Through Film with Jennifer Hall Lee - Free Entry
Archiving Discussion at 3:00 and Feminist: Stories from Women's Liberation screening at 7
Pushed to early 2016! TBD. This is unfortunately canceled due to Hurricane! The Empire State Virtual Branch & the Younger Women's Task Force presents Feminist: Stories from Women's Liberation.
Johnstown NY. Details TBD Stay Tuned!
Panel Discussion on Women in Filmmaking at the California Women's Museum
Speaking and screening at University of North Carolina for the Gender Studies department.
Speaking and Screening at Western Kentucky University at MMTH Auditorium and a talk the next morning for Genderations. March 3 talk titled, "Memory, Feminism, and the Women's Liberation Movement"
Former Staten Island Resident, Jennifer Lee, talks about growing up on the Island and how her politically active family and the influences of the era influenced her filmmaking. Other topics include the importance of remembering and passing down the stories of the Women's Liberation Movement and independent filmmaking.
Speaking Engagement at The Staaten on Staten Island, NY for the New York State Business Women, Inc. Staten Island Chapter.
Screening of Feminist: Stories from Women's Liberation in Danville, CA with Q+A
"Film Festival for Women's Rights has been held to publicize the truth about violence against women and to spread the culture of supporting the victims' survival and recovering since 2006 by Korea Women's Hotline. We hope that the story of brave women who are finding their own lives and human rights can bloom in our film festival."
Korea Women's Hotline
"Towards a peaceful society free from violence and discrimination
Korea Women’s HotLine started for nonviolent world and equality of gender in 1983. Korea Women’s HotLine works in various fields of activity such as protecting woman rights from all kinds of problems including domestic, sexual violence, the sex trade and migrant women problems."
This event is sponsored by The School of Interdisciplinary Studies Gender Studies Program & the Galerstein Women’s Center.
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. September 17-18 screening and lecture.