|Date+time:||08 March 2011, 6.30 to 8.30 pm|
|Event:||TONY & JANINA'S AMERICAN WEDDING- FILM SCREENING-ATLANTA PREMIERE ON INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY|
|About:||This film follows one Polish American woman's struggle through the red tape of the current U.S. immigration system. This film tells the universal untold human rights story of post 9/11, that every undocumented immigrant in America faces today and reframing the conversation for change.|
|Venue:||Plaza Theater 1049 Ponce de Leon Ave Atlanta, GA 30306 +1 (404) 873-1939, Atlanta, GA, 30306|
|Organisation:||Ruthless Films in association w/ Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials (GALEO): Owned & operated by women, Ruthless Films focus on the struggles of working class women, whose lives have often been shaped by a lack of opportunity, but who are survivors.|
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Happy International Women's Day!
...Which apparently a special day in International Women's Month. It's the 100th Anniversary(!); so make sure to check your area for events! For my fellow Atlanta womyn:
Also, if you go to Google's Homepage, you can click on today's fancy banner and it will bring you to a list of places to which you can donate (I mean, if you're into that. I am when I have money). If you're looking for reading material to get you into the feminist mood, Autostraddle turned me onto this article by Eileen Myles: Being Female. It's good. Trust. And with that, I bid you a Happy International Women's Month! Today, may you feel loved.