Fifty years after King was assassinated, we review King's lesser known legacy and how it is used against activists today.
Last spring, the ACLU issued a complaint about bias against women and lack of opportunities for female filmmakers in Hollywood. Those involved in the film industry here in D.C. say they experience similar issues. This year two film festivals, DC Shorts and Reel Affirmations, are highlighting work by women and aiming to spark a conversation about why disparities persist.
- Paige Morrow Kimball Independent filmmaker
- Melissa Houghton Executive Director, Women in Film and Video DC
- Kimberley Bush Executive Director, DC Shorts and Reel Affirmations
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