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‘Red, White and Blue’ Screenings to Raise Funds for Abortion Access

‘Red, White and Blue’ Screenings to Raise Funds for Abortion Access

The Oscar-nominated short film Red, White and Blue, which tackles abortion issues in the U.S., will be getting an impact campaign thanks to Level Forward.

The film, directed by Nazrin Choudhury, follows a young mother living paycheck to paycheck who is forced to travel across state lines in search of an abortion.

The campaign will benefit gender justice organizations and abortion access funds, with partners that include Supermajority Ed Fund, IGNITE, Vote Mama, Pregnancy Justice, She the People, One Fair Wage, and New York Abortion Access Fund.

The first stakeholder viewing will be held in New York City, at the Metrograph Theater on June 14 followed by a conversation with Choudhury and special guests including Taylor Salditch, executive director of Supermajority Ed Fund, and Chelsea Williams-Diggs, executive director of New York Abortion Access Fund. Host committee members include Abigail E. Disney, Jane Fonda and Mark Ruffalo, among others.

Said Choudhury, “Our film is one that hopefully transcends politics and is intended to serve as a bridge to our shared humanity. We hope it continues to spark meaningful dialogue that leads to lasting, positive change.”

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Red, White and Blue is the kind of film you dream about as a narrative change-maker,” said Carmelyn P. Malalis, Level Forward’s head of impact. ”Nazrin Choudhury has given the world an arresting story that will surprise some, startle others, and open many minds and hearts to a conversation not thought possible.”

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