NOT DONE: Women Remaking America premieres October 27th at 8PM ET / 7PM CT on PBS

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From the Women’s March to #MeToo and #TimesUp, from Black Lives Matter to the fight for trans lives, a new chapter in this storied movement is unfolding before our eyes.

NOT DONE: Women Remaking America premieres Tuesday, October 27 at 8PM ET / 7PM CT on PBS
NOT DONE: Women Remaking America premieres Tuesday, October 27 at 8PM ET / 7PM CT on PBS

In the spirit of enacting change, MAKERS premieres their new documentary NOT DONE: Women Remaking America on October 27, 2020 at 8PM ET / 7PM CT on PBS. The film shines a light on today’s feminists who are unafraid to take on complex problems as they lead the way to true equality. There has been tremendous progress, but we are so clearly not done.

The documentary will feature conversations, stories, and insights from today’s most exceptional women and non-binary individuals, including: activist and founder, the ‘me too.’ Movement, Tarana Burke; law professor and co-founder, African American Policy Forum Kimberlé Crenshaw; co-founder, Black Lives Matter Global Network, Patrisse Cullors; actress, director, and producer America Ferrera; co-founder, Black Lives Matter Global Network, Alicia Garza; Academy Award-winning actress, director, and producer Natalie Portman; writer and executive producer Shonda Rhimes; writer and director Joey Soloway, and many more.

Sara Wolitzky, Director of NOT DONE, interviews FDNY Firefighter and Activist, Regina Wilson
Sara Wolitzky, Director of NOT DONE, interviews FDNY Firefighter and Activist, Regina Wilson

NOT DONE: Women Remaking America, a MAKERS film by Verizon Media and McGee Media, and proudly supported by P&G, looks back on recent milestones in the women’s movement, weaving together a story of major progress with the clear reality that our work is NOT DONE.

Watch the trailer and tune in to PBS on October 27, 2020 at 8PM ET / 7PM CT to watch NOT DONE: Women Remaking America.

"Not Done: Women Remaking America”, is a MAKERS film by Verizon Media and McGee Media for PBS, proudly supported by P&G.