Movie: NCNW Institute in Appalachia Part 3

Video that documents the NCNW Institute of Women Community Development held in Tennessee. Part 1 includes a quick view of the expectations from the women participants, and a presentation from woman activist Ethel Battle Velez on public housing in New York City. Part 2 holds the presentation from several community members that are part of the Woodland Land Trust in Tennessee. Part 3 documents the conclusions on community development from the different teams integrated by grassroots women, students and professionals.

‘As grassroots women and professional women from outside the neighborhood find each other and commit to the support of grassroots neighborhoods, partnerships emerge. They have a shared perspective about the connection between global and local issues. They identify with the seed, with the base, with the beginnings of social creations.’

Marie Cirillo, NW Board and director of the Clearfork Community Institute in Eagan, Tennessee

Movie: NCNW Institute in Appalachia Part 2

Video that documents the NCNW Institute of Women Community Development held in Tennessee. Part 1 includes a quick view of the expectations from the women participants, and a presentation from woman activist Ethel Battle Velez on public housing in New York City. Part 2 holds the presentation from several community members that are part of the Woodland Land Trust in Tennessee. Part 3 documents the conclusions on community development from the different teams integrated by grassroots women, students and professionals.

‘As grassroots women and professional women from outside the neighborhood find each other and commit to the support of grassroots neighborhoods, partnerships emerge. They have a shared perspective about the connection between global and local issues. They identify with the seed, with the base, with the beginnings of social creations.’

Marie Cirillo, NW Board and director of the Clearfork Community Institute in Eagan, Tennessee

Movie: NCNW Institute in Appalachia Part 1

Video that documents the NCNW Institute of Women Community Development held in Tennessee. Part 1 includes a quick view of the expectations from the women participants, and a presentation from woman activist Ethel Battle Velez on public housing in New York City. Part 2 holds the presentation from several community members that are part of the Woodland Land Trust in Tennessee. Part 3 documents the conclusions on community development from the different teams integrated by grassroots women, students and professionals.

‘As grassroots women and professional women from outside the neighborhood find each other and commit to the support of grassroots neighborhoods, partnerships emerge. They have a shared perspective about the connection between global and local issues. They identify with the seed, with the base, with the beginnings of social creations.’

Marie Cirillo, NW Board and director of the Clearfork Community Institute in Eagan, Tennessee

Movie: Working Class Women Changing their World – Bella Abzug

Working Class Women Changing Their World is a film from the National Congress of Neighborhood Women’s first conference in Washington, DC., directed by Christine Noschese and produced by Jan Peterson and Christine Noschese, 1977.

The Washington DC conference in 1975 was organized by Jan Peterson, Nancy Seifer and Barbara Mikulski to bring the concerns and perspectives of women to discussions regarding urban policy and civil rights. Funding from Monsignor Geno Baroni, through his National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs, made possible for one hundred and fifty women from the National Congress of Neighborhood Women to gather, share their stories and describe the work they had been doing in their local neighborhoods.

Film Credits: Working Class Women Changing Their World directed by Christine Noschese and produced by Jan Peterson and Christine Noschese, 1977.

Text Reference: How Did Working-Class Feminists Meet the Challenges of Working across Differences? The National Congress of Neighborhood Women, 1974-2006, Documents Selected and Interpreted by Tamar Carroll.

 

Movie: Working Class Women Changing Their World – Olga De Leon

Working Class Women Changing Their World is a film from the National Congress of Neighborhood Women’s first conference in Washington, DC., directed and produced by Christine Noschese, 1977.

The Washington DC conference in 1975 was organized by Jan Peterson, Nancy Seifer and Barbara Mikulski to bring the concerns and perspectives of women to discussions regarding urban policy and civil rights. Funding from Monsignor Geno Baroni, through his National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs, made possible for one hundred and fifty women from the National Congress of Neighborhood Women to gather, share their stories and describe the work they had been doing in their local neighborhoods.

Film Credits: Working Class Women Changing Their World directed and produced by Christine Noschese, 1977.

Text Reference: How Did Working-Class Feminists Meet the Challenges of Working across Differences? The National Congress of Neighborhood Women, 1974-2006, Documents Selected and Interpreted by Tamar Carroll.

 

Movie: Working Class Women Changing their World – Terry Deszo

Working Class Women Changing Their World is a film from the National Congress of Neighborhood Women’s first conference in Washington, DC., directed by Christine Noschese and produced by Jan Peterson and Christine Noschese, 1977.

The Washington DC conference in 1975 was organized by Jan Peterson, Nancy Seifer and Barbara Mikulski to bring the concerns and perspectives of women to discussions regarding urban policy and civil rights. Funding from Monsignor Geno Baroni, through his National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs, made possible for one hundred and fifty women from the National Congress of Neighborhood Women to gather, share their stories and describe the work they had been doing in their local neighborhoods.

Film Credits: Working Class Women Changing Their World directed by Christine Noschese and produced Jan Peterson and Christine Noschese, 1977.

Text Reference: How Did Working-Class Feminists Meet the Challenges of Working across Differences? The National Congress of Neighborhood Women, 1974-2006, Documents Selected and Interpreted by Tamar Carroll.