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NICE CHINESE GIRLS DON'T
A portrait of Kitty Tsui, the iconic Asian American lesbian, poet,
artist, activist, writer, and bodybuilder. Use code NREOY21 at checkout.
Master Class with Soledad O’Brien
Filmmaker, journalist, and podcaster Soledad O'Brien joins WMM on Thursday, June 17.LEARN MORE
BREACH OF TRUST
Told from the point of view of women advocating for accountability and change, this compelling documentary
by USC Graduate Mishal Mahmud examines the sexual assault scandal at the University of Southern California.
WMM Adds 50 Films to Docuseek!LEARN MORE
BELLY OF THE BEAST Nominated
for Peabody Award
This timely film exposes modern-day eugenics and reproductive injustices happening in prisons
across the U.S.
Through the grassroots campaign of attorney Rosa Iris, STATELESS reveals the depths of racial hatred
and institutionalized oppression that divide Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
THE CELINE ARCHIVE
In 1932, Celine Navarro was buried alive by her own community in Northern California.
This is an attempt to uncover the real story, revealing Navarro’s feminism and resistance
in a time when neither was embraced, as well as the silences that haunt Filipino-American
communities to this day.
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Breach of Trust
The Celine Archive
Nice Chinese Girls Don’t: Kitty Tsui
Belly of the Beast
Without a Whisper
Abortion Helpline, This is Lisa
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CODED BIAS’s Joy Buolamwini and Black Women Scientists’ Research Omitted by 60 Minutes
On Sunday, May 16, 2021, 60 Minutes aired a segment about racial bias in facial recognition software and omitted any mention of the three Black women who are pioneers in the field, including CODED BIAS's Joy Buolamwini.Read Post