9 to 5: The Story Of A Movement – Presented by Circle Cinema and Indie Lens Pop-Up – FREE Virtual Screening with LIVE Panel Discussion and special music performance, Tuesday, January 12th at 6:30pm. (PLEASE CHECK HERE FOR VIEWING LINK.
About the film: Before the hit song or film, 9to5 was an inspiring movement for equality that encapsulated the spirit of both the women’s and labor movements of the 1970s.
Our Panel & Musical Guest: Host and Moderator Gitzel Puente, Panelists Dr. Jan Doolittle Wilson, Lee Ann Crosby, Crystal Ifekoya, and special music guest Carter Sampson.
Gitzel Puente is a City of Tulsa employee in the Communications Department. She recently transitioned from journalism to government work after spending five years with NBC local affiliate KJRH.
Dr. Jan Doolittle Wilson is Wellspring Associate Professor of Gender Studies and History, Director of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program, and Director of Graduate Studies at the University of Tulsa.
Lee Ann Crosby holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development and Family Science from OSU and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health and Human Relations From the University of Oklahoma. Current Director of Tulsa Women’s March.
Crystal Ifekoya is the CEO and Founder of WHOW (Women Helping Other Women), the owner of BOSS Encounters, and is on the board of BWBOA Black Women Business Owners of America. She co-organized the Tulsa Women’s March.
Carter Sampson is an Oklahoma born and raised, award winning, musician & songwriter. She tours nationally and internationally playing both solo and with her band.
(NOTE: The film will be broadcast on PBS/OETA beginning February 1.)