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March is Women’s History Month. Spark discussion concerning women’s rights and celebrate the lives of strong female role models by hosting a film event in your community! This week, critically examine beauty standards with a screening of Girl Model, or honor the legacy of civil rights and social activist Grace Lee Boggs with American Revolutionary.
Join The Field Library for a free screening of Girl Model. For more information, please call 914 737-1212.
In conjunction with a three-county reading event featuring the book, We Are Called to Rise, by Laura McBride, the Warsaw Public Library will present a screening of the film, The Way We Get By. This film documents the efforts of greeters at a small Maine airport, who show up to welcome home veterans at all times of day and night. The intertwining of the stories of these senior citizens and the young people who are returning creates a poignant examination of home and connection. For more information, call (585) 786-5650.
Join the North Arlington Public Library for a free screening of American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs. For more information, call (201) 955-5640.