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Joan Sadoff

Before producing documentaries, Joan Sadoff, M.Ed., M.S.W., spent her professional career as a clinical social worker in hospital, school, family agency, and community settings. On a national and international level, she has lectured to academic, professional and community organizations on the subject of societal change in the family. Joan has often been interviewed as an expert on these issues on television. In addition, she has participated in over 5,000 interviews including survivors of the Holocaust and their families. (09/09)

Standing on My Sisters' Shoulders
A film by Joan Sadoff, Dr. Robert Sadoff and Laura J. Lipson, 2002, 60 min., Color/BW

In 1965, when three women walked into the US House of Representatives in Washington D.C., they had come a very long way. Neither lawyers nor politicia...

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