“Confirmation” is a 2016 HBO film about the hearings for Judge Clarence Thomas’ (Wendell Pierce) nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court. In Washington, D.C. Thomas seems likely to be confirmed until a former employee, Anita Hill (Kerry Washington), surfaces with allegations of sexual harassment. The movie follows the political, legal, and media machinations of the resulting confirmation hearing.
If you’re interested in learning about the second woman overall and the first Black woman to brave the elements, bandits, and wild animals to serve as a United States Post Office Star Route Carrier, then my Mary “Stagecoach Mary” Fields Black History Short is for you.
A profile of Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin, co-founder of the Women’s Era Club and the Boston chapter of the NAACP.
A review of “Women, Race, & Class” by Angela Davis was published in 1981 and analyzes the individual histories and intersections of sexism, racism, and classism in America. The book primarily focuses on the women’s liberation movement and provides an overview of the movement’s complete timeline as well as in-depth coverage of specific eras.
A review of “The Color Purple”, a historical drama based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning 1982 novel of the same name that was written by Alice Walker. “The Color Purple” follows Celie, a poor Black woman living in rural Georgia, as she embarks on a journey to find herself, her voice, and a place in the world.