Fight the Power
AGENTS OF CHANGE
Directors: Frank Dawson & Abby Ginzberg
A revealing history of the battle for black and ethnic studies programs on college campuses.
BOBBY SANDS: 66 DAYS
Director: Brendan J Byrne
The story of the Irish Republican Army hunger strike led by Bobby Sands to demand special recognition as political prisoners.
THE FREEDOM TO MARRY
Director: Eddie Rosenstein
The architect of the same-sex marriage movement recalls the victories – and setbacks – that set the stage for the landmark Supreme Court decision.
THE HOUSE ON COCO ROAD
Director: Damani Baker
A young African-American activist seeks a haven for her family in Grenada, only to face an invasion by the US military.
Director: Rob Nelson
The socialite daughter of a nightlife impresario becomes a vocal activist after adopting a boy with a rare genetic disorder.
MOTHER WITH A GUN (pictured above)
Director: Jeff Daniels
The story of the Jewish Defense League and its current leader, an archetypal good Jewish girl turned extremist.
Why You Should Attend:
This popular returning section puts the spotlight on intrepid activists and their sometimes controversial causes, from the IRA’s Bobby Sands to Evan Wolfson’s fight for marriage equality to Shelley Rubin’s Jewish Defense League and more.
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