The Women’s Fund and SouthCoast Film Forum Collaborate to Celebrate Women’s History Month

“Let’s Imagine a World Where Women and Girls are Valued, and Their Voices Heard.”

March is Women’s History Month and to celebrate the Women’s Fund is collaborating with the SouthCoast Film Forum to present three, inspiring and topical films: The Missfits, We Are Radical Monarchs, No Time to Waste.

Streaming FREE Anytime. Click on the title above to access the streaming link.
About: In THE MISSFITS an all-girls robotics team competes to smash stereotypes and prove themselves in a male-dominated field, while also trying to get through high school.

21 mins Documentary
Directed by Ellie Wen

We Are The Radical Monarchs

Streaming FREE March 12, 13, and 14

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About: WE ARE THE RADICAL MONARCHS documents an Oakland-based alternative to the Girl Scouts – specifically for girls of color, ages 8-13. The girls earn badges for units on social justice, such as Black Lives Matter, Radical Beauty, Disability Justice, and being an LGBTQ ally. Filmed over three years, we follow the dynamic Co-Founders as they face challenges in growing the organization, both pre-and-post the 2016 election. The mission of this unique group is to empower these girls, to “stay rooted in their collective power, brilliance, and leadership in order to make the world a more radical place.”

1 hr 35 mins Documentary
Directed by Linda Goldstein Knowlton


No Time to Waste

Streaming FREE March 12, 13, and 14

Watch: Viewing link will be posted on March 12 at

About: NO TIME TO WASTE celebrates legendary 98-year-old park ranger Betty Reid Soskin’s inspiring life, work and urgent mission to restore critical missing chapters of America’s story, illuminating the invisible histories of African Americans and other people of color. The documentary follows her career from singer, activist, mother, legislative representative and park planner, to her present public role as StoryTeller in Chief for the National Park Service.

52 Minutes Documentary
Directed by Carl Bidleman

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