Women's Studies: Films and Videos

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Japanese American Women

Women Make Movies, 1991 - Japanese American women describe their experiences growing up in America and being considered neither Japanese nor American and their search for a sense of ethnic identification. E184 .J3 J344 1991. VIDEO

Jenny and Jenny

New York,NY : Women Make Movies, 1997. VCT 876

Jobs for Women, Where Are You Going, Virginia?

11 min., McGraw-hill, 1969 - Explains, through the experiences of an 18 year old girl who lacks a high school education, how to go about getting a job. Emphasizes that one must plan a course of action, develop the needed skills, and ask for help from community and commercial agencies. FILM

Jollies, by Sadie Benning

11 min., dist. by Women Make Movies - "A chronicle of sexual awakening in Milwaukee." PN 1995.9 L48 B46 1990. VIDEO

Journey through Life: Edna St. Vincent Millay

20 min., Great Plains National Television Library, 1976 - the First Poetry Quartet with guest with guest Valerie Harper presents a reading of Millay's poetry. PS3525 .I495 269. VIDEO

Judy Chicago/Diane Gelon

30 min., 1976 - made in Chicago's studio in Santa Monica, these artists discuss their project, "The Dinner Party" which is based on and dedicated to the accomplishments of 100 women who have contributed to the feminist struggle. N72.F45 C45 1976

Just Because of Who We Are

28 min., Women Make Movies, 1986 - this documentary focuses on violence against lesbians with interviews wit Charles Meringue and Barbara Smith which reveal stories of unprovoked violence, physical and psychological harassment and attempts at institutional "cures". HQ75.6.U5 J87 1986. VIDEO

Justice Sandra Day O'Connor

58 min., Films Inc., 1987 - this Supreme Court Justice comments on affirmative action, abortion and opportunities for women and justice . JK31.I55 1987 pt.8. VIDEO

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