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Seeing Allred

Women’s rights attorney Gloria Allred takes on the biggest names in American culture as coverage of sexual assault allegations in the media become more prevalent.

Director: Sophie Sartain, Roberta Grossman
Year: 2018
Time: 96 min

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About Gloria

“I start every day with the knowledge that helping people and fighting for justice is my duty, and that nothing worthwhile comes without sacrifice, self- discipline, and courage.”

Learn about Gloria’s legacy of advocacy on her official website.

Gloria Allred’s Crusade

“Allred’s career can be seen as a decades-long project to expand the boundaries of legitimate victimhood.”

Read the article from The New Yorker.

11 incredible women in law promoting social justice for all

“From defending the rights of the vulnerable to carving out a space for more women to enter the field, these women are leading the way.”

Learn about who they are on Mashable.

Attorney Gloria Allred on “Seeing Allred”

Listen to the interview with Gloria Allred in front of a live audience on Pure Nonfiction.

“A Tsunami of #metoo Accusations Ensued”: Directors Sophie Sartain and Roberta Grossman

“We thought we would be following Gloria from being a Hillary Clinton delegate to Clinton’s inauguration, which would have been a rousing conclusion to Gloria’s 40-year fight for women’s rights. Things didn’t work out that way.”

Read the article on The Filmmaker Magazine.

Gloria’s Law Firm – Allred, Maroko & Goldberg

“I understand how injustice is impacting people’s lives economically, psychologically, often physically. It’s all personal. For me, if one person is denied their rights, we’re all being denied our rights.”

Visit the website of AM&G.

Netflix Doc Seeing Allred Gives Rare Look at Gloria Allred’s Personal Life

“The legal firebrand who has gone after Donald Trump, Harvey Weinstein, and Bill Cosby won’t quit: ‘These women, the alleged victims, are the voices that need to be heard.’ ”

Continue reading on Vanity Fair.

Gloria Allred Is Ready to Take President Trump to Court

“The famed attorney opens up to Marlow Stern about the new documentary ‘Seeing Allred,’ the #MeToo movement, and the ongoing defamation suit against the president.”

Continue reading on The Daily Beast.

The Avenger

 “Whatever your response to her style, it is indisputable that Ms. Allred has carved a place for herself in popular culture. Her name popped up in an April “Saturday Night Live” sketch involving a high-school student, played by Justin Bieber, who warns his amorous teacher, played by Tina Fey, that he’s “going to call Gloria Allred.” In the current issue of Harper’s Bazaar, Ms. Allred is photographed dressed in armor as a modern-day Joan of Arc.”

Read the article on The New York Times.


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