Linda Williams, film scholar at UC Berkeley, shares her wisdom on a separate track. Passionless Moments is a series of ten short, whimsical films portraying the inner world of ordinary people. Video/C 3343 Celebrates the powerful stories behind quilt-making from three perspectives: records of history, symbols of family/community, and works of art. Originally broadcast on PBS as a segment of The American Experience. Followed by a special edition of KCTS Connects which follows up, a year later, with two of the women who were profiled in the program. Eight women living with breast cancer act as detectives, traveling across the country interviewing scientists and researchers about the possible causes of the disease. t stop them." [Eve Ensler quoted in Theatre on the Square web site] c2002. DVD 1249 A poetic and political film about female genital mutilation. The contributing factors include the draft, employment opportunities and child support. Examines how Latino men regard successful Latina women, and the myths and mystique of machismo. Now ten years later, Kethiwe, a hip, young woman with a British accent finds herself struggling to find her place in the new South Africa.
A Girl's Own Story concerns girlhood, Beatlemania, and growing up in the sixties. Features quilts from major American quilt shows in Paducah, Kentucky, and Houston. These interviews are woven together with historical footage, short dramatizations and emotional visualizations, creating an engaging detective story. DVD X6686; Video/C 5384 Increasing numbers of women are choosing to become tattooed. Video/C 4927 Illustrated lecture which explores the manner in which women are portrayed by advertising with the focus on thinness. Video/C 7304 This account of two white suburban girls, interspersed with seventies archival media clips, examines the possibility that depression and anorexia are language disorders. Video/C 8609 Explores ten critical areas of the women's health movement, from the concept of self-help to the issue of informed surgical consent, documenting a growing movement of women striving to regain control of their bodies. Includes interviews with women from Senegal, Burkina Faso, Gambia, the United States, and England. Originally taped as an episode of the television program Firing Line on March 30, 1973. DVD X2728 Examines the confrontation over the Equal Rights Amendment to bar sex discrimination. Video/C 414 Presents various definitions of feminism as defined by feminists, opponents of feminism, and ordinary men and women. DVD X6710; Video/C 4939 Covers the history of the struggle for women's suffrage in the United States beginning with the Seneca Falls Convention of 1848. DVD 9904 This provocative news documentary takes a critical look at media images-- how they are instituted, established and controlled. Hoping to reconcile the warring strands of her identity, Khetiwe seeks healing in her Zulu traditions.
Examines gains in women's rights globally with visits to Northern Ireland, Nigeria, Fiji, New Zealand, Brazil and other nations focusing on crimes against women and achievements by women towards equality. Mulvey and Wollen's experimental documentary combines newsreel footage of the aviator's arrival, dramatic recreations of events from her life and contemporary discussions by feminist groups on the subject of heroism in this most unconventional biopic. Includes archival images and commentary by biographers and historians. Features rare '70s hippie porn, early fetish films, feminist porn, art porn, transsexual docu-porn, classic XXX and more. DVD X4895 Peel concerns a family outing in Australia which results in an intrigue of awesome belligerence. Directed by Lisa Ades ; written by Michelle Ferrari. DVD X243 Four young women suffering from eating disorders and their families discuss and explain their experiences. DVD 6541 Rachel's Daughters, the first feature length film to be made about the causes of breast cancer, is an investigative documentary with a difference. Rare archival photographs, historical film footage and recordings of her speeches shed light on her role as labor leader, orator and self-proclaimed revolutionist. Buckley on the rescission of the Equal Rights Amendment by several states that had initially ratified it. DVD X5207 This program looks at the differences between the U. Latina and her Latin American and American counterparts. These portraits explore the issues of alcoholism, drug abuse, domestic violence, death and grieving, as well as problems faced by refugees and immigrants. Bonus features: Trailers; bios of Agnes, Trish, Christine & Margie; director Ermena Vinluan's bio; key crew bios; director's statement; synopsis; awards & film screenings; production anecdotes; links and bibliography.  Guatemalan women widowed in the civil unrest have formed an organization, Conavigua, to conduct literacy classes and encourage political participation. Also capturing the stories of victims, their families and friends, the film follows various activists in countries such as Tanzania, Somalia, Kenya and Mali, as they meet with school children, local communities, and others in attempting to change the 5,000 year-old custom. A new generation of women tries to find a path between modern democracy and the fundamentalism of the Islamic faith. Born into exile as the daughter of political emigres, Kethiwe Ngcobo and her family returned to their longed-for homeland, South Africa in 1994.
DVD 7905 Annie Oakley, the greatest woman rifle shot the world has ever known thrilled audiences of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show with her daring shooting feats. Presents an in-depth interview with Simone de Beauvoir filmed in 1975. Video/C 3328 In this film four women who made significant contributions to the education of the deaf are discussed: Alice Cogswell, Julia Brace, Eliza Boardman Clerc, and Sophia Fowler Gallaudet. Scandalous in its day for bending the rules of representation to enlighten its audience. Old educational films are revisited in new ways to show humorous and historical views of this rite of passage. Video/C 6584 Explores the relationship between a woman's body image and the quest for an idealized female form. Video/C 3364 Tracking the country's oldest beauty contest - from its inception in 1921 as a local seaside pageant to its heyday as one of the country's most popular events - Miss America paints a vivid picture of an institution that has come to reveal much about a changing nation. From the announcement of her candidacy in January to the Democratic National Convention in Miami that July, Chisholm's fight for inclusion encompassed all Americans "who agree that the institutions of this country belong to all of the people who inhabit it." Shunned by the political establishment, Chisholm asks people of color, feminists and young voters for their support to "reshape our society and take control of our destiny ..." To the surprise of many, voters responded. Produced by Adam Sternberg; written by Lisa Clark and Adam Sternberg. Video/C 2860 Tea & Justice chronicles the experiences of three women who joined the New York Police Department during the 1980s--the first Asian women to become members of a force that was largely white and predominantly male. DVD X4668 Morrison discusses slavery and its legacy and the difficulties of writing about the painful subjects that occur in her novel Beloved. Video/C 1393 Charlie Rose interviews Nobel and Pulitzer prize winning author Toni Morrison, discussing her new book, "Paradise", her life, and her views on America and the issues facing the country. In Kenya, Rose, who is HIV positive, is championing rights to independence for widows.  A new generation of Caribbean women are using drama and reggae to focus attention on domestic violence. DVD X3800 A documentary on the situation of the woman in Algeria to-day.
Her body was never recovered unlike that of her husband.
His last listed effects included black silk socks, gold watch, silver flask and £40 in notes.
My parents were just short by a few months of celebrating 60 years of marriage when my mom died.
So when it comes to the ‘other woman’ talking about Ryan’s lack of morality in relation to the UW it strikes many who believe in the sanctity of marriage as most odd.
But all that was not what made me place my raspberry chocolate coffee on the counter. Van Ert alleges the scope of the “sham” investigation wasn’t broad enough, claiming Ryan was “unfit” to mentor student athletes and violated university policies and a “morality clause” in his contract.As to Ert’s claim that she ended the relationship due to Ryan being “must be due to someone not editing the final wording of that document in a meticulous fashion.The very act of cheating on one’s spouse is, by its very definition, manipulative and deceptive. I fully understand that a large segment of society will not ponder this at all and perhaps if they do think I am living in some Victorian land far from reality. While there are legal arguments as to why Ert has a most reasonable chance to prevail with her claims about privacy it can not be left unsaid that all this would not have happened had two simple rules been followed.In the emotive scene, Mr Straus gives his wife a kiss on the cheek while their stateroom floods.The plan was in the possession of the Straus' maid Ellen Bird who survived the disaster in which 1,495 people were lost.Witness accounts stated the plan's owners sat on deckchairs and held hands until they were washed into the sea as the Titanic sank.