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Film Viewing and Discussion


“When a girl gets her period in the United States, she may miss a class. When a girl gets her period in a developing country, she may never go to school again.” This Academy-Award winning film follows a group of women in Hapur, India who fight against the stigmatization of menstruation and empower the women of their community. Film discussion led by Professors Vanessa Crispin-Peralta (History) and Kathryn McMurray (English) will follow.

Tuesday, March 26th from 4:30 pm to 6 pm in LAC-T1200.

Please note for Accommodations: At least 72 hours prior to the event, (562) 938-4558 (voice), (562) 353-4217 (videophone), & // Sign Language Interpreting, please contact Stephanie Bonales at or (562) 938-4918.
Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) services, 5 business days prior to the event, please contact HR Analyst: Jaymee Hunt 562-938-4547 | or Sonia Leticia Vélez 562.938.4323 | *requests are based on provider availability*