On May 21, 2005 the Autry National Center in Los Angeles presents the last in this year's three-part series on violence in the American West.
What ever happened to Thelma & Louise?
Description: In 1991, the nation viewed the saga of silver screen heroines Thelma & Louise as they fought inequality in any way possible, including at the barrel of a gun. This panel will ask what women are fighting for today, or if they are fighting back at all?
Madeline Janis-Aparicio is a member of the Women's Foundation of California. Throughout the month of May the foundation is sponsoring a bus tour of the state highlighting their current projects.
Dr. CarolAnn Peterson is an adjunct professor at the USC Graduate School of Social Work. She also performs extensive consulting work in connection with domestic violence.
Dr. Sharon Ullman is an associate professor and chair of the history department at Bryn Mawr college
Carol Mosely is the director of the Rape Crisis Center at UCSB
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