KIXE PBS presents: 9 to 5

January 21, 2021
7:00pm Pacific Time
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Welcome

Welcome to the KIXE PBS premiere of

Independent Lens' 9 to 5; The Story of A Movement

part of our IL PopUp film and discussion series.

By Julia Reichert and Steven Bognar

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.

Video Descriptions

9TO5 ILPOPUP Onscreen Starting Soon

OVEE INTRO_buff

Filmmakers Introduction

Before the hit song or film, 9to5 was an inspiring demand for equality that encapsulated the spirit of both the women’s and labor movements of the 1970s.

9to5: The Story of a Movement - Indie Lens Pop Up

Before the hit song or film, 9to5 was an inspiring demand for equality that encapsulated the spirit of both the women’s and labor movements of the 1970s.

OVEE Outro w/Buffer

9TO5 ILPOPUP Onscreen End Card

150 minutes

Moderators

  • Julie Driver

    KIXE PBS Corporate and Community Engagement

  • Brad

Panelists

  • Myriam Kalmogho

    Myriam is a Shasta County resident. She is a first generation immigrant from Burkina Faso and a mother of two girls. Myriam has over 15 years of experience in cultural reciprocity, community organizing, sustainability, activism, and social change. She is passionate about equity and inclusion and is specializing in innovation and systemic change. She is a Student Services Specialist at Shasta College and is also the founder of Reciproka an organization that works in culture, education and the environment.

  • Molly M Heck

    I am privileged to teach for both the School of Social Work and the department of Multicultural & Gender Studies at CSU, Chico where I both teach and learn about feminist theory, examining supremacies and ending oppressions, and working with students to communities that value equity and the dignity of all people. I am also the Advisor for the Gender & Sexuality Equity Center where I get to support students doing activist work to end oppression. I am a proud former member of the Catalyst Domestic Violence Services team where I served as the Associate Director and in housing for over a decade. I'm a mama and relish the time I have with my kiddo, grateful for the privilege to work from home during these hard times.

  • Eva Jimenez

    Eva Jimenez serves on the board of directors of The McConnell Foundation and United Way of Northern California, chair for the Dignity Health North State Advisory Board of Directors and a new member of the Redding Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, is an active member of the Redding Rotary, and 2020-2021 President of the California Community College Association for Occupational Education, in addition to her roles as the Executive Director of the Shasta College Foundation and Assistant Superintendent/Vice President of Economic and Workforce Development at Shasta College. Her professional drive and passion for the promotion of economic growth through high quality education and services focusing on workforce improvement has led to her current position of managing many of Shasta College’s grant managers. Through this role, she is responsible for the outcomes of numerous grants involving K-12 and community industry partners. Ms. Jimenez is a wife and proud mother of two beautiful ladies. Her most accomplished personal success story has been beating breast cancer in 2018!

  • Heather Wylie

    Sociology Instructor at Shasta College

  • Theresa Flynn Gasman

    Theresa Flynn Gasman is a Founding Member of The Women’s Fund, a collective giving grantmaking organization dedicated to improving the lives of women and children in the greater Redding area. She currently serves on the TWF Cabinet and chairs the TWF Grants Committee. Her professional background includes work in health policy research, healthcare and social service administration, as well as organizational development and strategic planning in the nonprofit sector. Theresa served six years on the Shasta County Public Health Advisory Board, is a graduate of Leadership Redding and has dedicated numerous volunteer hours in support of youth and families in the local community. She is a wife and proud mother of three daughters and one son.

  • Dr Sharon Brisolara

    Sharon Brisolara Dr. Sharon Brisolara is Director of Inquiry That Matters, an organization dedicated to helping people design their programs and their lives through program evaluation consulting and coaching in resilience and equity. She deeply values the work of KIXE in engaging the community in dialogue on pressing social justice issues. She can be reached at sharon@inquirythatmatters.com

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