The aspirations and frustrations of African-American teenage girls growing up in an urban housing project.
A follow-up documentary to Beauty in the Bricks (1981) that brings viewers up-to-date on the lives and dreams of the four African American teenage girls they met in the original film.
A documentary drama that chronicles the struggles of the women’s rights movement, captured and personalized in the letters between a sister and brother that spanned 30 years. Commissioned by the National Park Service for the Women’s Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls, NY.
A humorous short film about the history of women comediennes since the advent of television in America. Produced as a permanent exhibition at The Women’s Museum in Dallas.
The inspiring true story of an extraordinary African American woman that spans three generations from slavery to contemporary times.
Stories of love, sex, marriage and divorce as told from behind the doors of women’s restrooms.
Tells the story of the first federally-funded National Women’s Conference which brought 20,000 women from around the United States to Houston, Texas, in 1977 to work out an agenda for women’s rights. Using archival footage and interviews, the film captures an historical event that changed the Women’s Movement forever.
Emotional, economic and legal problems confronting middle-aged, divorced homemakers.