Exhibiting Home Truths artist Ann Fessler, who has created multiple works connected to her experience as an adoptee, will screen her film and respond to questions from the audience. A Girl Like Her reveals the hidden history of over a million young American women who became pregnant in the 1950s and 60s and were banished to maternity homes to give birth, surrender their children, and return home alone.
Cliteracy: Unravelling a Cultural Taboo April 15, 7 p.m. CDT Presented virtually on Zoom Register here Please join us as we unpack the hidden history and anatomy of ...Read more
Photos at Zoom Discussion Session: Shizuka Yokomizo April 16, 12 p.m. CDT Presented virtually on Zoom Register here Join our Curator of Academic Programs and Collections, Kristin Taylor, every ...Read more
With A Vengeance A film by Lori Hiris 1989, 40 minutes, BW, 16mm/DVD This urgent and timely film is a history of the struggle for reproductive freedom since ...Read more
Photos at Zoom Discussion Session: Joanne Leonard April 23, 12 p.m. CDT Presented virtually on Zoom Register here Join our Curator of Academic Programs and Collections, Kristin Taylor, every ...Read more
Birth On The Border A film by Ellie Lobovits 2018, 28 minutes, Color, DVD, English/Spanish This intimate and personal documentary follows two women from Ciudad Juárez as they ...Read more
The Motherhood Archives A film by Irene Lusztig 2013, 91 minutes, Color/BW, DVD, English/French, English subtitles Archival montage, science fiction and an homage to 1970s feminist filmmaking are ...Read more
Behind the Lens: Tabitha Soren Friday, May 14, 12 p.m.CDT Presented virtually on Zoom Register here Join the MoCP and photographer Tabitha Soren for a discussion on her practice ...Read more