This campaign ran from May 2019–September 2020.
On this campaign, we partnered with groups advancing civic engagement among underrepresented communities and supporting their use of the film as a capacity-building and organizing tool.
Highlights of our work on this campaign include:
- 369 screenings in 41 states and 28 countries
- Black Voters Matter incorporated the film into their programming on and off their tour bus across various states.
- The Movement School integrated the film and its framework centering leadership representation and grassroots organizing via various capacity-building activities, including trainings, tailored resources, and a virtual special event, all especially valuable during the COVID-19 pandemic and crisis.
- Justice for Migrant Women hosted a screening to kickstart their civic engagement work in rural America.
- Make the Road used the film to sustain and energize their team of organizers fighting for justice among immigrant and working-class communities.
- Malikah is incorporating the film into their Leadership Institute for nationwide organizers building power for historically oppressed women.
- MOVE Texas hosted a screening and workshop to spark civic engagement among Latinx youth in Laredo, TX.
- IGNITE screened film clips at select YoungWomenRun convenings, to train young women interested in running for office.
- Campaign design
- Strategic partnerships
- Original resource creation
- Grassroots screenings
More from this Campaign
As part of this campaign, we developed multiple resources to support film audiences and anyone interested in civic engagement.
- Directed by Rachel Lears