No Time to Waste: The Urgent Mission of Betty Reid Soskin + Interview with Carl Bidleman

Directed by Carl Bidleman

Celebrating the life pathway of 99-year-old park ranger from segregation to her present public role at the Rosie the Riveter Historical Memorial Park in Richmond, California. USA.

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Female Activists: Today and Yesterday. Two films with the same goals.The fascinating life pathway of activist Betty Reid Soskin, the 99-year-old Black still-working female California Park Ranger contrasts with a group of middle-class white women who fought Governor Faubus’s attempts to desegregate Little Rock, Arkansas’s high schools in 1958, and they won.