Directed by Susan Stava & Edited by Chris Kenhle
Will Stream now through
April 1 at 11:59pm Eastern
Where: Streaming online
(donors will receive a password protected link to view the recorded webinar)
Exclusive premiere screening and Q&A with film maker Susan Stava. Moderated by Paulette Ross, SuffrageForward Chair.
Ticket price: $15, $25 or $75 donation
(donors at the $75 level receive a SuffrageForward commemorative tote as a thank you gift)
SuffrageForward will present an evening with film maker Susan Stava to celebrate Women’s History Month
Nyack – SuffrageForward, a women’s rights and advocacy group based in Nyack, will celebrate Women’s History Month with a special premiere screening of Susan Stava’s new documentary “Vote American.”
This ZOOM Webinar event offers viewers the opportunity to screen, for the first time, Stava’s documentary about women and voting in today’s challenging times. A live Q&A will follow, moderated by Paulette Ross, SuffrageForward Chair.
“When we heard that Susan Stava was working on a new documentary about women and voting, we knew we wanted to collaborate with her,” said Paulette Ross, SuffrageForward Chair. “Susan Stava’s past work is compelling and thought provoking, and this film builds on that with an interesting look at civic engagement by women 100 years after the passage of the 19th Amendment. Our theme for 2021 is to break the cycle and open conversations, so this documentary is a perfect fit.”
The online event will serve as a fundraiser for SuffrageForward with ticket sales to benefit the organization’s mission. Those interested in learning more information or to donate to make a reservation should visit
ABOUT SUSAN STAVA: Susan Stava has worked in the NYC area as a photojournalist for over 25 years covering humanitarian projects, stories, and news assignments from politics to protests. Her recent video “Women Are All The Thing” was exhibited at Garner Arts in Sept 2020. She received a NYSCA grant for a series on women correction officers on Riker’s Island, Santa Fe grant as well as NPPA and NYPPA awards for her feature and news submissions. Contributing photographer for the NY Times since 2002, she also has been published in Time, Newsweek, People as well as other news outlets. She graduated from Pratt Institute and attended Teachers College for her degree in Education.