Virtual Film Screening & Discussion of Reflections Unheard: Black Women in Civil Rights


Virtual Film Screening & Discussion:

Film Viewing: March 21-March 23, 2024 (48-hour rental)

Community Discussion + Q&A with Director: March 23, 2024 @12p.m. EST

Please find more information about the film at

Ticket Info:

Ticket-holders will receive an email with a private link to view the film on their own time, 48 hours prior to the community Q&A and discussion with the Director.

The email will also include a separate link to the video discussion.

Tickets are non-refundable.

Notes on Video Discussion:

Please note that the video discussion is designed to be an engaged community space, where we all have awareness of who we are sharing space with, on a human level. For this purpose, we ask that all participants and listeners turn on their camera for at least part or all of the call, to encourage full presence and transparency.

This discussion may be recorded and shared on N3VLYNNN’s platforms for paid blog members and ticket-holders. By purchasing a ticket and attending the video discussion, you consent to be recorded.

The discussion is scheduled to begin at Noon on March 23rd. We will have a few minutes grace period to allow everyone to arrive well and settle in before we get started.

The Director may be the sole administrator/moderator of the meeting and will need to focus on the discussion with participants. For this reason, we ask that you please try to arrive on time. We will try to admit all ticket-holders but depending on circumstances, there may be a delay in admitting those who arrive very late, and entry is not guaranteed. It is always worth it to try.

Director is unable to accept or respond to preliminary (Discussion-based) questions about the film via email. All questions and discussion prompts must be shared live. The live discussion may be recorded and shared with ticket-holders, including those who are unable to attend.

We look forward to seeing you! 💜

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Through the personal stories of several former black female Civil Rights activists, Reflections Unheard: Black Women in Civil Rights unearths the lesser-known story of black women’s political marginalization between the male-dominated Black Power movement, and the predominantly white and middle class Feminist movement during the 1960s and 70s, as well as the resulting mobilization of black and other women of color into a united Feminist movement.

Reflections Unheard is a feature length documentary, and the first of its kind to focus exclusively on black women’s contributions and experiences during the Civil Rights era.


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