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Films & Other Videos

Films with: Mondell, Cynthia Salzman

Dreams of equality
An overview of the history of and the struggle for women's rights movement in nineteenth century United States. Tells the story of the First Women's Rights Convention in dramatized interactions between a sister and brother from 1848 to the 1860s. Includes vignettes of young people discussing their views of the women's rights struggle. Also includes numerous archival photographs from the era. Voice-overs include excerpts of Elizabeth Cady Stanton's speech at the Convention proclaiming that all men and women are created equal. Shown at the visitor's center of the Women's Rights National Historical Park.
DVD 11432
Reason to live
Uses interviews and dramatizations to explore the psychological, cultural, biological, and social factors that contribute to depression and suicide, particularly among teenagers.
DVD 11346
Sisters of '77
Uses interviews and archival footage to examine the first National Women's Conference, held in Houston, TX in 1977, and the debates held there over issues including reproductive freedom, sexual preferences, and minority rights.
DVD 8764