1 Hr. 9 Min.
Screening format: DCP
Wendi Moore-O'Neal, Black feminist organizer and freedom singer from New Orleans, is fired from her community organizing job after marrying her wife, Mandisa, due to the homophobic celibacy policy of her employer. A portrait of the power of love, community, and the living legacy of the Black Southern Freedom movement, we follow Wendi on her inspiring journey, calling all of us to rethink how we approach work and build community in the era of Trump, courtesy of director (and UWM graduate!) Ada MacMahon.