Yours in Sisterhood Reflection

Yours in Sisterhood, a film which uncovers tragedies women faced in the 1970s through unpublished letters written to the acclaimed magazine Ms., utilizes visual imagery, text, and audio to emphasize the trauma of the misogynistic incidents that the women endured. Within the film, Irene Luszig, the writer and producer of the project, traveled to various […]

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Sisters of Justice

Honoring the underrepresented and misrepresented, the documentary Yours in Sisterhood exposes cases of prejudice, suppression, and violence that women had to face in the 70s. It presents to its audience a bold exploration of the female self-actualization and empowerment in our society, encouraging people today to seek justice and independence. The format of the documentary is […]

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Yours in Sisterhood

The Yours in Sisterhood documentary was very eye-opening and shocking. Living in the 21st century, you would not expect women going through so many obstacles and discriminations. This documentary opened my eyes on all the ongoing sexist problems in our country. I used to be a little skeptical of modern day feminist movements and marches […]

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Yours in Sisterhood

Having watched this video opened my eyes to the obstacles and obstructions women across the country still face. While some might claim that there is no more discrimination against women in the United States, this film proves otherwise based on anecdotes of women who have faced prejudice based on their sex and/or beliefs. This film […]

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Yours in Sisterhood Reflection

I walked into the screening of “Yours in Sisterhood” by Irene Lustig very skeptical about the content of the film. I thought, “It is just going to be a film about women reading letters from years ago… How powerful can the message be?” Instead, I was blown away with the raw and simple content of…

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“Yours in Sisterhood”, Ours in Life

“Walking back in case I die”

When you watch things on a screen, they seem distant, almost fiction. It’s not that I don’t believe that the women that were shown, one after another, did not experience the discrimination and frustration that they claimed, I simply felt that it existed in their universe and not my own. Irene Lusztig goes to great lengths to bridge that gap between women, most notably between those of the past (1970s) and of the present. … Continue reading “Yours in Sisterhood”, Ours in Life

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