Women’s Health Loddon Mallee presents
A feature documentary celebrating the legacy of the bold women of the Women’s Liberation Movement who re-ignited the feminist revolution in Australia.
The online screening will take place at 7.30pm on Thursday 4th of March, 2021.
This film event is proudly sponsored by Women’s Health Loddon Mallee to celebrate International Women’s Day and all funds raised by ticket sales will go to Weenthunga Health Network, who provide services for health equity and justice for First Nations people in Victoria.
BRAZEN HUSSIES reveals a revolutionary chapter in Australian history, the Women’s Liberation Movement (1965 -1975).
Interweaving freshly uncovered archival footage, personal photographs, memorabilia and lively personal accounts from activists, BRAZEN HUSSIES shows us how a daring and diverse group of women joined forces to defy the status quo, demand equality and create profound social change – contributing to one of the greatest social movements of the 20th Century.
Time: Thursday 4th March, 7:30pm
This is pay as you feel event. Pricing options as follows: $0 $5 $10 $20 $50
This film event is proudly sponsored by Women’s Health Loddon Mallee to celebrate International Women’s Day.
Women’s Health Loddon Mallee (WHLM) is a not for profit (but For Purpose!) independent, regional service run by women, for women. We work with communities, service providers and Local Governments to promote and enhance the health and wellbeing of women across the Loddon Mallee Region. Underpinning our work with an intersectional feminist lens, WHLM are committed to challenging gender stereotypes and working toward more equitable communities for all. We are invested in advocating for positive change for women and girls and preventing disadvantage, discrimination and violence against women across the region.
Women’s Health Loddon Mallee invite you to make a donation to the Weethunga Health Network if you have the means to do so.
Weenthunga Health Network contributes to health equity and justice for First Nations people in Victoria. Weenthunga in Woiwurrung means “hear/understand”. Their unique Aboriginal-led networking model values two-way collaboration, and is underpinned by relationships, respect, reciprocity and responsibility.
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