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    Women's Rights

    National Historical Park New York

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Keep the Dream Alive Film Festival 2013 - 2014

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This year Women's Rights NHP is hosting a Keep the Dream Alive Film Festival.

Films will run from November thru April every Friday and Saturday at 12:00 NOON in the park visitor center's Guntzel Theater, at 136 Fall Street, Seneca Falls, NY.

November 2013

1 and 2 Voices of Civil Rights (50 minutes)
8 and 9 Black, White, and Brown (60 minutes)
15 and 16 Trail of Tears Part 1 and 2 (160 minutes)
22 and 23 Trail of Tears Part 3 and 4 (100 minutes)
29 and 30 Independence (30 minutes)

December 2013

6 and 7 Freedom Riders (120 minutes)
13 and 14 Eleanor Roosevelt (150 minutes)
20 and 21 The Longoria Affair (60 minutes)
27 and 28 America's National Parks (180 minutes)

January 2014

3 and 4 Civil Wrongs and Rights (70 minutes)
10 and 11 Thomas Jefferson (180 minutes)
17 and 18 In Remembrance of Martin (60 minutes)
24 and 25 America Beyond the Color Line Pt. 1 (100 minutes)
31 and Feb 1 America Beyond the Color Line Pt. 2 (100 minutes)

February 2014

7 and 8 Let Freedom Sing (100 minutes)
14 and 15 Booker T. Washington, F. Douglass (45 minutes)
21 and 22 The Abolitionists (180 Minutes)
28 and Mar 1 Tuskegee Airmen (60 minutes)

March 2014

7 and 8 Makers Women Who Make America (180 minutes)
14 and 15 Top Secret Rosies (60 minutes)
21 and 22 The Triangle Fire (60 minutes)
28 and 29 Fly Girls (60 minutes)

April 2014

4 and 5 A Class Apart (60 minutes)
11 and 12 Stonewall Uprising (90 minutes)
18 and 19 National Park Animals for Kids (150 minutes)
25 and 26 MLK I Have a Dream (60 minutes)

View or print the mini-poster of the schedule here.

Did You Know?

Wesleyan Chapel, site of the First Women's Rights Convention, as it is preserved today.

Did you know that one of the organizers of the First Women's Rights Convention in America, Martha Coffin Wright, frequently housed fugitive slaves in her kitchen? More...