March Tradeswomen Virtual Events

There are two upcoming virtual events on March 24th and March 25th for anyone interested. Below are the descriptions and links:

Play: We Were There - Click Here to Learn More and Stay Tuned
Wednesday, March 24, 7:00 - 8:30 pm ET
The Coalition of Labor Union Women celebrates its 47th anniversary with We Were There, a play consisting of great historical women leaders to current activists in the present. This year, the program will be available online. We hope you will join CLUW members and supporters in celebrating 47 years of America’s only national labor union women’s organization!

Film: On The Basis of Sex - Register Here
Thursday, March 25, 7:00 - 9:30 pm ET
Hosted by the DC Chapter of the Coalition of Labor Union Women and Presented by the DC Labor FilmFest
Intro Q&A with Elise Bryant, National President of the CLUW and Tyra McClelland, AFGE District 14 National Women’s Action Coordinator.

Description: The compelling story of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s early years, as she crafts a national legal strategy to win equal rights for women and fights to succeed in a profession notably hostile to women. This is an inspiring story about Ginsburg’s rise through male-dominated law schools, her struggles for equal rights, and how she overcame institutionalized sexism to become a US Supreme Court Justice. Working with the ACLU and her husband, she made the case for gender equality as a fundamental human right, and the film culminates in a famous courtroom scene, the first time Ginsburg had ever argued in public - before three male judges. Starring Academy Award nominee Felicity Jones, Armie Hammer, Justin Theroux, and Kathy Bates. DIR Mimi Leder; SCR Daniel Stiepleman. US, 2019, color, 2h, 35mm. RATED R