Free Virtual Event: Women overhaul of America: PSEG True Diversity Film Series

New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) will present a free virtual projection and a roundtable “Not Done: Women Remaking America”, the next film series PSEG true diversity.

The panel will be moderated by Dr. Melissa Cooper, assistant professor of history at Rutgers University in Newark and author of “Making Gullah: A History of Sapelo Islanders Race and the American Imagination”.

#Me too. Time is up. Women’s march. Black lives matter. Everywhere you look, women are changing the status quo and we are far from finished. The Emmy-nominated PBS documentary charts the past five years of the women’s movement and its reinvigorated struggle for intersectional equality.

It features new interviews of the first lines of the tidal wave feminist, with Tarana Burke, Shonda Rhimes, Gloria Steinem, Kimberlé Crenshaw, Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza Joey Soloway and Tina Tchen.

NJPAC’s PSEG True Diversity film series focuses on films that examine different aspects of the ongoing social justice movement. The series follows a book club model: watch the films selected for the house, then get together with others online to chat with the panelists that can provide context.


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Join a virtual roundtable to 19 pm on 21 March.

The panel will discuss the film, the women’s movement and what awaits on the horizon. Panelist Paulette Brown, the first woman President of the color of the American Bar Association and current president of the New Jersey Institute of Social Justice Board; Adriana Pacheco, the film editor of “done” and other documentaries, including “the soul of a nation,” “Philly DA” and “The Black Church: This is our history, it is our song”; and Congressman Mikie Sherrill, graduated from the Naval Academy in the United States, the former Navy pilot and former US deputy prosecutor who now represents the 11th Congressional District of New Jersey.

The NJPAC is located at 1 Center St., Newark.

For more information, visit or call 888.GO.NJPAC (888.466.5722).

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