Passionate Politics
The Life & Work of Charlotte Bunch

Passionate Politics - The Life & Work of Charlotte Bunch
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This movie really highlighted how activism has shifted with each generation. It shows the transitions between social justice issues and parallels what is going on in society today. Looking back at the history of activism through the lens of Charlotte Bunch may foreshadow how people speak ...Read more

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