Behind The Blue Veil

The story of the necessity of saving the culture of the Tuareg people of the Sahara. This compelling documentary is the first exclusive look behind the international headlines of the crisis in the Sahara and exposes the government corruption and neglect of an indigenous people.

Read More

Busted on Brigham Lane

A teenage girl takes precariously creative measures to reconcile her relationship with her estranged father for her 18th birthday after spotting him panhandling on the subway.

Read More

First Sight

First Sight follows the emotional journeys of Ranjith, Balaji, and Anitha who suffer from devastating eye conditions that diminish their quality of life and threaten their futures as they prepare for and undergo life changing procedures to reverse their debilitating handicap.

Read More

Gideon's Army

GIDEON’S ARMY follows the personal stories of Travis Williams, Brandy Alexander and June Hardwick, three young public defenders who are part of a small group of idealistic lawyers in the Deep South challenging the assumptions that drive a criminal justice system strained to the breaking point.

Read More

Hill and Gully

Hill and Gully is an urban Cinderella story, set during 2008, the historic election year of Barack Obama. With palpable "Change" in the air, love pursues an unhappy single mother, and her dysfunctional family who become transformed through the efforst of a pyschiatrist.

Read More

Joy, It's Nina

This evocative and original film builds on the experiences and emotional lives of West African women living in the UK separated from their families. Through performance & environment the film juxtaposes sound and image to offer moving interpretations of identity politics and the place of a woman in two different societies.

Read More

Lucky

Spanning five years on the streets of NYC, this intimate story of survival follows Lucky Torres, a homeless mother masked in tattoos who longs to rise from a life of darkness. It is an unflinching expose' of broken systems and the damaged yet resilient people that they spit out.

Read More

Reflections Unheard: Black Women in Civil Rights

Reflections Unheard: Black Women in Civil Rights” focuses on black women activists and their marginalization within the Black Power and Feminist movements of the 1960s and 1970s.

Read More

Shokran, Toni

A young Sudanese woman and her friends gather together to read Toni Morrison's letter 'To a Sudanese Woman', in which she expresses her support of their plight, and decide to respond to Toni Morrison. They say 'Shokran Toni,’ which means 'Thank You Toni' in Arabic, for bringing the attention of the world to their plight.

Read More

The Magic Bracelet

The Magic Bracelet" was written by 15 year old Rina Golberg, who was affected by mitochondrial disease. With the help of Make A Film Foundation and some of the entertainment industries finest filmmakers & talent, Rina's dream is finally... ready for the silver screen.

Read More

This Colour That Disturbs Me

The practice of depigmentation has reached unprecedented levels in Senegal. This situation motivated filmmaker Khardiata Pouye to make the film entitled: Cette couleur qui me dérange (This Colour that Disturbs Me).

Read More

This Trenton Life

This Trenton Life follows the lives of students from Passages Theater as they put on a production about their city and learn to deal with the process that unfolds.

Read More

To The Bone

A pre-teen migrant farmworker attempts to revel against the status-quo with unintended consequences for herself and her family.

Read More

Where Are We?

Where Are We is a short dramatic film about Kate and Parker, a couple we meet as they meet each other, then follow through the big moments of their relationship, becoming exclusive, saying "I love you," and having the Big fight. All of these landmarks happen in their cars as they stop, start and change direction on the road of commitment.

Read More

Womanish Ways

The Women's Suffrage Movement in the Bahamas took place against the dramatic backdrop of the labor riots and strikes, and the majority rule and civil rights movements. Bahamian women worked tirelessly along with men to resist and redress the racial discrimination and the political and economic inequities that permeated Bahamian society.

Read More

Salubrious Justice Art Exhibit

Please visit the Salubrious Justice art exhibit in Orbit II at the Paul Robeson Student Center, Rutgers University Newark. Curated by Gladys Barker Grauer, it features work by Eleta Caldwell, Gladys B. Grauer, Vivian McDuffie, Bisa Washington, Florence Weicz and Adrienne Wheeler.

2015 Call for Entries

Call for Entries for "And Still I Rise" 2015 Women's History Month Film Festival and for our 2015 Cell Phone Cinema Contest now open!

At a Glance…

“Salubrious Justice” is dedicated to the vision of Women’s Rights Attorney
wsrp_hauwa_ibrahim_030812Hauwa Ibrahim

 

Women’s History Month 2014 Honorees!

Dr. Abena Busia Photo by by Mardey Ohui Ofoe FFP

Dr. Abena Busia          Photo by Mardey Ohui Ofoe FFP

 

 

Michellene Davis, Esq.

Michellene Davis, Esq.

Khabirah H. Myers, Esq.

Khabirah H. Myers, Esq.

Vanessa Tyler

Vanessa Tyler

Deborah Vincent

Deborah Vincent