Women in Blue National Screening

February 4, 2021
4:00pm Pacific Time
 02/04/2021 04:00:00 pm02/04/2021 05:00:00 pmAmerica/Los_AngelesWomen in Blue National ScreeningWe are excited to bring this exclusive screening of the Women in Blue documentary to local, regional and national partners across the country. Post-film Q&A discussion will include two women featured in the film, Chief Melissa Chiodo (Inver Grove Heights Police Department) and Catherine Johnson (Department Director of Corrections for Hennepin County). Minneapolis Police Department Chief Janée Harteau, the department’s first female chief, works to remake the MPD by getting rid of corrupt police officers, re-training the rest, and demanding accountability. As part of her reform efforts, she also recruits more women and promotes them into leadership at every level. Women in Blue follows three of these police women from different ranks, each committed to reimagining their profession. Cmdr. Melissa Chiodo, tapped by Harteau to be the first woman head of Special Crimes, handling domestic violence and sexual offenses; Sgt. Alice White—who grew up in a black neighborhood suspicious of the police—now leads procedural justice trainings, teaching cops fairness and respect; and rookie Officer Erin Grabosky who, at 22, navigates a night patrol of bar fights, suicide attempts, and domestic violence. When the fatal shooting of an unarmed woman by a police officer stuns the city, Chief Harteau is forced to resign. The new male chief appoints only men to his top brass, threatening the gains in women represented on the force. With a city already on edge over police misconduct, the women of the MPD fight for gender equity, convinced that it’s one key to reducing police violence. Our Screening Partners include: Conservatives for Criminal Justice Reform https://www.ccjrnc.org/ Criminal Defense Section of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice https://www.ncaj.com/ The Deason Center https://deasoncenter.smu.edu/ Ms. Magazine https://msmagazine.com/ published by Feminist Majority Foundation https://feminist.org/ International Association of Women Police http://www.iawp.org/ The National Women's Health Network https://nwhn.org/ Ohio Organizing Collaborative https://www.ohorganizing.org/ Oklahoma Women’s Coalition https://www.okwc.org/https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/wyol8myah.overstreet+5@itvs.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY

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We are excited to bring this exclusive screening of the Women in Blue documentary to local, regional and national partners across the country. Post-film Q&A discussion will include two women featured in the film, Chief Melissa Chiodo (Inver Grove Heights Police Department) and Catherine Johnson (Department Director of Corrections for Hennepin County).

Minneapolis Police Department Chief Janée Harteau, the department’s first female chief, works to remake the MPD by getting rid of corrupt police officers, re-training the rest, and demanding accountability. As part of her reform efforts, she also recruits more women and promotes them into leadership at every level. Women in Blue follows three of these police women from different ranks, each committed to reimagining their profession. Cmdr. Melissa Chiodo, tapped by Harteau to be the first woman head of Special Crimes, handling domestic violence and sexual offenses; Sgt. Alice White—who grew up in a black neighborhood suspicious of the police—now leads procedural justice trainings, teaching cops fairness and respect; and rookie Officer Erin Grabosky who, at 22, navigates a night patrol of bar fights, suicide attempts, and domestic violence.

When the fatal shooting of an unarmed woman by a police officer stuns the city, Chief Harteau is forced to resign. The new male chief appoints only men to his top brass, threatening the gains in women represented on the force. With a city already on edge over police misconduct, the women of the MPD fight for gender equity, convinced that it’s one key to reducing police violence.

Our Screening Partners include:

Conservatives for Criminal Justice Reform www.ccjrnc.org/

Criminal Defense Section of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice www.ncaj.com/

The Deason Center deasoncenter.smu.edu/

Ms. Magazine msmagazine.com/ published by Feminist Majority Foundation feminist.org/

International Association of Women Police www.iawp.org/

The National Women's Health Network nwhn.org/

Ohio Organizing Collaborative www.ohorganizing.org/

Oklahoma Women’s Coalition www.okwc.org/

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