Taped Streaming of WIT Women's Film Festival & Panel Discussion Event

March 13, 2021 @ 2:00PM — 4:00PM Central Time (US & Canada)

In honor of International Day of the Woman, the youth of Women in Training, Inc. are hosting a film festival and panel discussion to inspire BIPOC girls to become involved in the electoral process at an early age. We will stream the March 6th event at the Capri Theatre a week later on March 13, 2021. This way, friends all over the world can virtually participate in the event!

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Celebrate Women's History Month with Women Leaders

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Join the girls and young women in the WIT Leadership Development Circle and WIT Rites-of-Passage Circle as they watch inspiring films and engage in discussion with some of Alabama's top women elected officials and policy makers. Breanna and Brooke Bennett, the 13-year-old founders of Women in Training, Inc. are convinced that period poverty has to be tackled on multiple levels, including the monthly distribution of free period products, advocating for appropriate legislation and educating girls to become culturally competent global leaders.

MODERATOR: Alabama News Network TV personality, Ellis Eskew

FILMS TO BE SCREENED:

  1. Shaping Our State (see preview): https://youtu.be/2yU7ei87nTc
  2. Architects of Change Documentary (see trailer): https://youtu.be/nxO9IJz2S-k

PANELISTS:

  • Alabama State Representative Rolanda Hollis
  • Montgomery Circuit Court Judge Brooke E. Reid
  • City of Montgomery Councillor Audrey Graham
  • JaTaune G. Bosby, Executive Director, ACLU of Alabama
  • Khadidah Stone, WIT Youth Development Director & Political Consultant
  • Meredith Riley, Producer, Shaping Our State (via Zoom)
  • Jameelah Nuriddin, Producer, Shaping Our State (via Zoom)
  • Breanna & Brooke Bennett, WIT Founders and Producers Architects of Change Documentary

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