Sandy Galef, who represents Philipstown in the state Assembly, on Tuesday, Dec. 5, will host a free screening at the Ossining Public Library of the 2014 documentary She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry, which examines what has been described as the “second wave” of the feminist movement.
A scene from She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry
Following the film, which begins at 6:30 p.m., three generations of one family — Dru Van Hagel, Ginny Loughlin and Emily Loughlin — will discuss their experiences.
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