- Director: Annalise Ophelian
- Type: Documentaries
- Year: 2017
- Country: USA
- Language: English
- Length: 91 Minutes
A leader of the fight for LGBT equality from the days of Stonewall, black, trans activist, Miss Major Griffin-Gracy, has never received recognition for the impact of her contributions — until now. Annalise Ophelian’s documentary profiles Miss Major as a political pioneer whose contributions to the trans community stretch from organizing, to being a surrogate parent for those abandoned by their families.
Date: Friday, February 10, 9PM
Location: Lehman Auditorium, 202 Altschul Hall
Q&A to follow screening with one of the subjects, Ceyenne Doroshow and AJ Russo, animator
Filmmaker Bio: Annalise Ophelian (producer/director) is an award-winning filmmaker, psychologist, and consultant whose work includes Diagnosing Difference (2009). She identifies as a white, queer, cis woman, and her work focuses on decolonizing and bringing anti-oppression principles to the documentary filmmaking process.