Women's History Month: March Movie Selections

Women's History Month in March is an opportunity to explore social and psychological challenges faced by women with two powerful documentaries on the subjects of sexual trauma in the military and the experiences of mothers in the prison system. Please join us for these documentary screenings followed up by in-depth discussion facilitated by leading thinkers in the field. This is an excellent line-up not to be missed!

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  • Monday, March 24
  • Screening: 5:00-6:30pm
  • 177/179 Grace Dodge
  • Post Screening Discussion
    • Mary W. Byrne, Ph.D., DNP, MPH, FAAN - Stone Foundation & Elise D. Fish Professor of Health Care for the Underserved, Faculties of School of Nursing and of Medicine and Professor of Clinical Anesthesiological Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Columbia University.
    • Sister Tesa Fitzgerald - Executive Director of Hour Children
      • Video - "Justice-Involved Mothers: Saving Families with Housing"
    • Aurelie Athan, Ph.D. - Lecturer, Clinical & Counseling Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University
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