I know we don't usually write to you in the summer, but we have a great opportunity to attend a screening of the documentary YEAR OF THE WOMAN. See the info below. This screening is free, so get in your reservation quickly so you don't miss it! Join us Wednesday, September 16 at Lincoln Center for this important event.
Registration will close when seating is no longer available.
In the fall of 1973, a documentary following women's rights proponents at the 1972 Democratic Convention played at a small Greenwich Village theater to crowds wrapping around the block. Arthur Schlesinger Jr., described it as "the greatest combination of sex and politics ever seen in a film." But after a limited run, Year of the Woman disappeared for more than 40 years. Now, this doc that the Washington Post deemed "too radical, too weird and too far ahead of its time for any distributor to touch" has finally resurfaced. Funny, challenging, and very much of its time, Year of the Woman provides us with an extraordinary lens through which we can examine the 2016 election--where a woman, rather than seeking leverage from male candidates, may actually be the candidate.
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