Tami Gold is a professor at Hunter College, a filmmaker, visual artist and activist. Her work has consistently been at the forefront of social justice, focusing on race, gender, sexual identity, labor and police brutality. For over 20 years Tami has produced and directed award-winning documentaries — RFK in the Land of Apartheid, Out at Work: Lesbian and Gay Men on the Job, Juggling Gender: Politics, Sex and Identity, Passionate Politics: The Life and Work of Charlotte Bunch, Puzzles: When Hate Came to Town and Every Mother’s Son. Her films have reached audiences near and far, airing on PBS, HBO and on television in Nigeria, South Africa, Germany, France, Turkey, Serbia, Russia, Mexico, Lagos and Vietnam. Her work has also screened at the MOMA, the Whitney, The Chicago Arts Institute, The Kennedy Center, the American and British Film Institutes, Sundance, Tribeca and The New York Film Festival, and in over 150 film festivals worldwide. She is recipient of Rockefeller and Guggenheim fellowships.