Please join us for a film screening about outspoken lesbian feminist trailblazer, charismatic builder of bridges, and founding mother of a whole generation of transnational feminist activists, Charlotte Bunch. Passionate Politics follows Charlotte’s story, from idealistic young civil rights organizer to lesbian activist, to internationally-recognized leader of a campaign to put women’s rights on the global human rights agenda. Charlotte has been both a product and creator of her times: every chapter in her life is a chapter in the story of modern feminist activism, from its roots in the 1960’s struggles for social justice to today’s international campaigns against gender-based violence.

The film screening will be followed by discussion with filmmaker Tami Gold and co-producer David Pavlosky.

The event is part of the PhenomenalWomen@RH Series, and is co-sponsored by the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute, the Hunter College Women and Gender Studies Department, the Hunter College Film and Media Department, and the Human Rights and Public Policy programs at Roosevelt House.

Phenomenal Women Series – Passionate Politics: The Life & Work of Charlotte Bunch | Posted on March 27th, 2019 | Film Screenings, Phenomenal Women, Public Programs