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Individual film reviews through a feminist gaze

We set July 4th aside each year to celebrate our country’s independence. But after a month where the Supreme Court has made it harder than ever to consider this a nation that protects individual rights and personal freedom, more and more civil rights seem to be stripped from us every day. Are we truly a […]

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What happens to women who need abortions but live in a country where it’s illegal, prosecuted as a criminal offense and therefore nearly impossible to obtain? This harrowing predicament is the premise for the recently released film HAPPENING, a story set in France in 1963 but could very well be set in the United States […]

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Thank goodness sunny days and warm temperatures are finally upon us because the political storm is getting harder to weather each day. Wrongful wars, gun violence, oppression and hate, and now we’re in danger of losing Roe Vs. Wade. So, by all means, please enjoy the outdoors – the warmth, the fresh air, the smell […]

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