Date(s) - 10 Oct 2012
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Southwest Unitarian Universalist Church
6320 Royalton Rd.
North Royalton, OH 44133
The SWUU Social Justice Committee will be hosting award-winning filmmaker Dorothy Fadiman at a public screening of her latest production, Choice at Risk. This multimedia campaign will ignite concern and inspire action about the human cost of extensive cutbacks and legislative erosion to reproductive rights across the country.
One of Choice at Risk’s main goals is to present an informed, essential balance to the often volatile conversation surrounding reproductive rights. This event will include one or more films from Fadiman’s trilogy on abortion rights, and/or selections of mini-docs culled from these films. Topics will focus on the era of back alley abortions; the legal history of contraception and abortion; the impact of restrictions on minorities and youth; and threats of violence aimed at clinics and providers. The overarching goals are to educate, motivate, and activate people to protect women’s and men’s reproductive rights.
Come meet the Oscar-nominated, Emmy award-winning filmmaker and engage in an evening of important conversation. Refreshments served.
Presented by the SWUU Social Justice Committee.
See the flyer for this event: Choice-at-Risk_SWUU
Visit the multimedia project’s website: