Tue 26 October 7:30pm
PLEASE NOTE: This screening has a socially distanced seating plan.
Directors: Julie Cohen, Betsy West
Starring: Pauli Murray, Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Pauli Murray was a pioneering Black attorney, activist, priest, poet and memoirist who wrestled with gender identity and shaped landmark litigation – and consciousness – around race and gender equity, fighting heavily in the battle for social justice.
Despite paving the way for future generations and influencing people such as Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Murray remains a little-known figure in world history.
Told mainly using Murray’s own words, this filmic portrait from Julie Cohen and Betsy West (RBG) reveals a tenacious spirit; Pauli Murray is a name you will not forget.
★★★★ “SHINES A LIGHT ON A BRILLIANT AND UNCOMPROMISING FIREBRAND” The Observer
★★★★ “OSCAR-WORTHY” San Francisco Chronicle