to officially launch this here archive and celebrate its inclusion in the Women's Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice archives at the Schlesinger Library for the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard.
Free. Open to the public.
SATURDAY, May 9
Disarming the World--Pulling its Leg BRoaDCaST PeRFoRMaNCe
Like a Mountain ReMeMBeRiNG CeReMoNy
19th Annual Boston Mother's Day Walk for Peace
Rebel Wimmin ViDeoFeST
Regent Underground Theatre, 7 Medford St., Arlington (Alewife Station, Red Line to #350 Bus - MTBA)
Stronger Than Before, Romulus, NY, 1983; 27 minutes.
A video documentary by the Boston Women’s Media Collective of the Seneca Women's Peace Encampment. The video aired on 150 PBS stations throughout the U.S. and Canada and received two national awards.
Women's Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice Slide/Tape Presentation, Romulus, NY, 1983; 17 minutes.
Women’s Peace Encampment Media Project
The show consists of 160 slides - 1/2 from Boston Women’s Video Collective still photographer Nancy Clover, 1/4 from various Women’s Video Collective members, and 1/4 from Catherine Allport; with audio narration by Dorothy Emerson.
C.D., The Ritual of Civil Disobedience at Seneca Army Depot, Tallapoosa Music, NY, 1987; 24 minutes.
A documentary of several Seneca Women’s Peace Camp actions in 1985 produced by Sorrel Hays, Sara Halprin, & Marilyn Ries.
Women's Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice: Excerpts from a Summer of Non-Violent Protest, Romulus, NY, 1983; 30 minutes.
A vérité video documentary by Marilyn Rivchin and Laurie Bronstein, Ithaca, NY members of the Women’s Video Collective of the Seneca Peace encampment. Without narration, the video highlights many of the important moments of the first summer’s events, meetings and civil disobedience actions.
Look to the Women for Courage: Stories From the Seneca Encampment for Peace and Justice, Romulus, NY, 1983; 42 minutes.
A slideshow of still images with narration depicting the first summer of nonviolent direct actions in upstate New York in 1983 to protest the deployment of first-strike nuclear weapons. The show consists of 140 slides with audio narration by Joan E. Biren (JEB).
Every Woman Here: Remnants of Seneca 1982-2006, Kingston, NY, 2007; 32 minutes.
A nonlinear narrative documentary produced by the Peace Encampment Herstory Project of The Women’s Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice and its later incarnation, Women’s Peace Land. The video consists of excerpts from nine oral herstories and 18 songs and more than 300 images from dozens of photographers.