EQUAL MEANS EQUAL would not be the definitive documentary about women in America today without the depth and breadth of our interview subjects’ expertise, passion and help.
I am heartened by the incredible women I met. Lawyers, doctors, scholars, law enforcement officers, politicians, rape victims, warriors on the front lines of sex trafficking, international policymakers, prominent public intellectuals and American activists willing to put their bodies and freedom on the line — all were part of the incredibly diverse cross section of our society interviewed for EQUAL MEANS EQUAL. Some are well known, some anonymous, all invaluable.
Below is a sampling of the more than 100 people interviewed for EQUAL MEANS EQUAL.
Legal Director – Equal Rights Advocate, on team of attorneys taking on case of Betty Dukes
Deputy Director – Center for Court Innovation, Professor of Criminal & Domestic Violence Law
Professor of Law and Political Science; Former Managing Attorney – Women’s Law Project