Sunday, March 14, 2010

1370 Connection

This Monday 3/15, on 1370 WXXI-AM at 1 PM
Bob Smith will be presenting the following interview:

In this Women's History Month, we look at the impact of the history of the women's movement with filmmaker Louise Vance, who tells the story of how one group of youngsters was moved by experiencing the site of the birth of the modern women's rights movement.

Learning About The Women's Rights Movement LINK

A new film about a unique way some young women learned about the history of the women's rights movement will debut on WXXI-TV Wednesday, March 24th at 9:00pm.

“Seneca Falls” follows WOWER Power, a struggling multi-cultural theater troupe comprised of nine teenage girls from San Francisco, as they travel to Seneca Falls to perform their original play at the historic 150th Anniversary Celebration [1998] of this groundbreaking moment in American history.

Community Screening of "Seneca Falls" at the Memorial Art Gallery LINK

Saturday, March 20, 2010 - 1:00pm

Please join us for a preview screening of "Seneca Falls", followed by a panel discussion.

Other Womens History Month programming is listed at

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