Panelsists include: Imani Henry, Betita Martinez, Mia Mingus, Suzanne Pharr, Loretta Ross, and Andrea Smith.
This plenary from the historic first United States Social Forum (held in June-July 2007) addresses the importance of integrating gender and sexual justice across movements for social change. These activists, authors, and academics speak to continued institutional and domestic violence–including growing political repression and poverty–that women and gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, and transgender people have resisted by defending their rights and forming new organizations for justice.
Filmed June 30, 2007 in Atlanta, Georgia at the USSF. 1:05 minutes.