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You're invited to a Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival Preview Event and Special MLK Week Screening!  


Thursday January 23
7 p.m.
Emerson Suites B
Ithaca College   

LADIES OF THE GRIDIRON (Briana Young, USA, 2010, 35 minutes)

A penetrating look at The Quake, an all women's football team, battling sports, gender, and the glass ceiling.  

With post screening discussion by Dr.Stewart Auyash, Health Promotion and Physical Education, and Traevena Byrd, Associate General Counsel, Ithaca College  

Cosponsored by the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, Women's and Gender Studies, Health Promotion and Physical Education, and Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs  

Here is the link about LADIES OF THE GRIDIRON , which includes a trailer:  




Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Patricia Zimmermann at or (607) 274-3431. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

Ladies of the Gridiron: Free Screening on Thursday, 1/23! | 1 Comments |
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Ladies of the Gridiron: Free Screening on Thursday, 1/23! Comment from kwikoff on 01/24/14
Someone just sent me this. Gosh -- you guys should have invited me! In 2003 I played women's pro football for the Syracuse Sting, part of the now-defunct WPFL (Women's Professional Football League) -- full NFL rules tackle football. My "career" was cut short when my left tibial plateau exploded in a freak Astroturf injury. It was still a great experience, and I stay in touch with several of my former teammates. Hope the event has a great turnout!