NYC SHOUT-OUT: Please join us at Quad Cinema on Sunday March 29th for a special International SWAN Day screening of Lisa F. Jackson’s important new documentary It Happened Here.
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In her compelling new documentary, It Happened Here, director Lisa F. Jackson explores the issue of sexual assault on America’s college campuses by chronicling the personal testimonies of five survivors.
These brave young women describe surviving sexual assault only to be met with apathy, disbelief, blame and retaliation from the authorities – college administrators, local police departments and the courts. While trying to report the crime, while trying to get justice, they were ignored, belittled and shamed, while their attackers remained on campus with impunity.
Instead of hiding away in shame, these five terrific young women–Kylie Angell, Erica Daniels, Anglie Epifano, Carolyn Luby, and Sarah O’Brien–chose to speak out and find a way to force institutional change.
This special screening is sponsored by the Empire State Virtual Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), in collaboration with Cinedigm and Quad Cinema.
The screening will begin at 11 AM, and it will be followed by a Q&A with student activists Kylie Angell (University of Connecticut) and Kyndall Clark (University of Pennsylvania).
The Q&A will be moderated by Jan Lisa Huttner co-founder of International SWAN Day and Director of College/University Relations for Empire State Virtual Branch AAUW.
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Quad Cinema is located at 34 West 13th Street (at the southwest edge of Union Square). Follow link for complete details include a map with travel information: 15Mar29eViteIHH
Click HERE to “like” the Empire State Virtual Branch AAUW page on Facebook.
Click HERE to read more about Jan Lisa Huttner’s recent presentation at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice on International Women’s Day.
The acronym “SWAN” stands for Support Women Artists Now!
2015 is the 8th annual celebration of International SWAN Day (which is always held on or around the last Saturday of March as part of Women’s History Month programming).
Click HERE to learn more about International SWAN Day, including a calendar of related events planned all around the USA (& more countries as well).