If you have already made a donation, thank you for supporting the WCC’s mission of promoting the well-being of area women and girls. For all others, hurry! The WCC needs to raise $2,400 by October 15. Your gift will help move the needle, and may even put the WCC over the top! Your donation will make a difference. Thank you!
Thanks so much to in.gredients for hosting Alt Girl Cinema on September 24. And special thanks to filmmaker Anne Lewis for sharing her experimental documentary with the community. Read more about Alt Girl Cinema.
A Strike and an Uprising (in Texas) is an experimental documentary based on the telling of two events: the 1938 San Antonio pecan shellers’ strike led by Emma Tenayuca (pictured) and the 1987 organizing campaign of black workers at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches. Tied strongly to contemporary events, it ends with the coming down of the Jefferson Davis statue at UT.
The Women’s Community Center of Central Texas (WCC) recently launched an online crowdfunding campaign – to raise $2,400 by October 15 to support the WCC Tech Tools Campaign. WCC needs the tech tools necessary to grow community and increase social impact! Please click here to help strengthen your community of empowered women.
If you have already made a donation, thank you for supporting WCC’s mission of promoting the well-being of area women and girls! For all others, please hurry: WCC needs to raise $2,400 by October 15th. Your gift will help move the needle – and may even put WCC over the top! Your donation will make a difference. Thank you!