Passionate Politics: The Life and Work of Charlotte Bunch

DIRECTOR: Tami Gold

Expected guest producer David Pavlosky

“Women’s rights are human rights!” Though spoken by First Lady Hilary Clinton at the 1995 Beijing World Conference on Women, this concept originated in the life and work of lesbian feminist activist, writer and teacher Charlotte Bunch. From the Civil Rights Movement and anti-Vietnam war sentiments in the ’60s to groundbreaking international activism that changed the definition of human rights violations, Bunch brought to the forefront of activist thought the notion that the personal is political and “at stake is half the human race.”
— CAROL HARADA

AT&T Audience Award Text Voting Code: D223

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