Giveaway – Tickets to Anne Braden: Southern Patriot at DOXA

bradenby Jarrah Hodge

I’m super excited to be a community partner this year on a film screening at DOXA, a major documentary film festival in Vancouver.  This year events and screenings run from May 3 to 12 and there’s a whole section on films around women’s rights issues (as well as queer issues, race and power, and other activism/social justice categories). The screening I’m partnering on is Anne Braden: Southern Patriot, by Anne Lewis and Mimi Pickering. It focuses on the life and legacy of Anne Braden, a prominent activist on issues of race and class throughout the civil rights movement, the Vietnam War and South African apartheid. Here’s a trailer:

Anne Braden: Southern Patriot (1924-2006) — 3 minute sample from Anne Lewis on Vimeo.

So I have two tickets to give away to the screening of Anne Braden on Tuesday, May 7 at 6:00 p.m. at the Cinematheque (1131 Howe Street). 

Here’s what you have to to do enter:

Comment on this post or on the Gender Focus Facebook page and let me know what your favourite movie of all time is.

Tweet: “I entered to win a ticket to the @doxafestival screening of Anne Braden: Southern Patriot from @jarrahpenguin”

I’ll randomly pick a winner at the end of next Tuesday, April 30 to get the set of two tickets. Please make sure if you’re entering the context that you are around the Lower Mainland and available to attend the screening.

Posted on by Jarrah Hodge in Can-Con, Feminism 7 Comments

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Jarrah Hodge

Jarrah Hodge is the founder and editor of She has also written for the Huffington Post, Bitch Magazine Blogs, the Vancouver Observer and About-Face. Jarrah has B.A. in Women’s Studies and Sociology from UBC. She’s a fan of politics, Star Trek, musical theatre, and brunch.

7 Responses to Giveaway – Tickets to Anne Braden: Southern Patriot at DOXA

  1. Tanya

    I will always have a soft spot for Beauty and the Beast. Maybe not totally feminist but Belle is such a cool character.

  2. Alison

    Pride and Prejudice. NOT the one with Kiera Knightley.

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  4. mari

    wait….Sense & Sensibility

  5. Bonnie

    My favourite movie of all time is The Notebook.

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