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27.2.2018 – KüfA & Kino
27. Februar 2018 – 19:00 - 23:00
The movie, is a reflection on (sometimes radical) feminism in America from the late 1960s through the mid 1970s, offers no shelter from the difficulty of its crusade.
We felt like we were changing the world,” says one of the women interviewed in the documentary, about the early years of the women’s liberation movement. And as the movie reminds us, feminists didn’t just feel as if they were changing the world — they changed it.
The movie packs a lot in, taking us on a whirlwind tour of those early years, roughly 1966 to 1971. Here are consciousness-raising groups; the birth of the National Organization for Women; protests at the 1968 Miss America Pageant; marches; poetry readings; “Our Bodies, Ourselves”; snippets of “The David Frost Show” (“Why are you so sensitive?” he asks his feminist guests); schisms in the movement (race, class, the lesbian “Lavender Menace”); and discussions of abortion, child care, sex, work and motherhood.
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