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Brazen Hussies Virtual Screening and Panel Discussion

When:

Tue 30 Mar 2021, 3:00pm–5:30pm

Where: Virtual Location, Online, Virtual

Restrictions: 15+

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  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: Sarah English

This year, thousands of women participated in Women’s March 4 Justice all over the country, demanding an end to sexism and gendered violence. We heard from courageous women with heartbreaking and powerful stories, emboldening a new generation to fight for our rights.

Of course, this important movement spans generations. By hearing the stories of those who fought in decades past, and learning what inspired and challenged them, we can bring their wisdom into our fight today.

We are so excited to invite you to a special virtual screening of Brazen Hussies, a new documentary about the women behind the reignition of the feminist revolution here in Australia, followed by a live panel discussion and Q&A with the women behind it - plus the women who are inspiring the movement today.

The screening will take place on Tue 30 Mar at 6pm AEDT, and will be directly followed by a live panel discussion and Q&A with filmmaker Catherine Dwyer, Brazen Hussies interviewee Elizabeth Reid, and March 4 Justice speakers Dhanya Mani and Marie Barbaric. Our MC for the night will be gender equality and racial justice advocate Jawoon Kim.

This will be an eye-opening and inspiring conversation, so make sure you watch the documentary closely and get your questions ready for these extraordinary women!