"Kay Weaver's classic celebration of the American Woman from the 1800's to the present is finally available on DVD!
This film about the women who have come before us and have made our road a little easier is one of the most inspiring short films on women's achievements ever made. It has the consistent effect of causing audiences to go wild during the showings, in spite of its brevity (only 6 minutes long).
Set to a rousing anthem written and sung by Kay Weaver, this fast-paced music-film uses over 100 scenes, beginning with black-and-white stills of Sojouner Truth, Emily Dickinson and Harriet Tubman which dissolves into live action suffrage parades, that march us into recent-day footage of Gloria Steinem, Shirley Chisholm, and Geraldine Ferraro. Guaranteed to lift your heart and bring you to your feet.
'... a feminist music video that is unabashedly Matriotic... a rousing finale to any Women's History Month Program.' MS Magazine
'This film continues to bring goose bumps to our arms and tears to our eyes even after the third showing.' National Women's History Project News"