We need to remember the long-suppressed history of women including their pioneering contributions to cinema.

If the present period is one of heightened concerns about race, it is also one with a reawakened feminism, a fresh emphasis on the need to recover and remember a long-suppressed history of women including their pioneering contributions to cinema. In the age of the MeToo movement, one sure way to rebuild support for the Gish Film Theater is to remind people of the roles of Lillian and Dorothy as strong, emancipated women at a time when females were struggling to obtain the vote and define themselves as something other than the property of their husbands. The sexist overtones of the hashtag, "Ditch the Gish," means that the Black Students Union have lost whatever moral high ground they thought they might have gained by harping on the Klan and the "Birth" controversy.

Please consider that all the material related with this above mentioned attack is marked on https://lilliangish1893.com/ as SPOILER. If interested only in the seventh art and theatre please do not read it.

Thank you kindly for visiting Miss Lillian Gish fan page

We need to remember the long-suppressed history of women including their pioneering contributions to cinema.






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