#KTQ50: Watch Women's Voices: The Gender Gap for free all week

From today until next Friday, May 6th, the free KTQ50 films are Women's Voices: The Gender Gap (1984).

This documentary explores the growing difference in the voting patterns of men and women (the gender gap) that could no longer be denied by the mid-1980's. Issues like compensation equality, environmental preservation, subsidized childcare and healthcare became wedge issues in Ronald Reagan's America as more and more women joined the workforce.

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See Women’s Voices: The Gender Gap at New York’s Lincoln Center

Kartemquin’s 1984 documentary Women's Voices: The Gender Gap will screen at the Film Society of Lincoln Center on October 25, 2012. Get details here.

As the presidential election is getting closer and surveys put both candidates in a tight race, one thing has been clear: issues about women's rights have been at the forefront of many animated debates between the two ends of the political spectrum. This is nothing new.

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The Chicago Maternity Center Story screens at Doc Films this Sunday

Doc Films' 10-week Kartemquin retrospective continues this Sunday, November 20 at 7pm with The Chicago Maternity Center Story & Women's Voices: The Gender Gap. In celebration of Kartemquin's 45th anniversary, The University of Chicago's Doc Films is bringing the art of documentary storytelling back to the place where our history all began…

Attending this event and leading the discussion after the screening will be:

Suzanne Davenport and Jerry Blumenthal, filmmakers;
Kay Harvey, doula and ICTC member;

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