While restoring an old painting showing a woman and two men playing chess, Julia discovers the text "Who killed the knight" underneath the paint. The owner of the painting tells her that ... See full summary »
Americans tout the blessings inherent with living in a nation founded on equality that fosters individuality. The Declaration of Independence was the Founding Fathers affirmation that colonists had no duty to be in subjection to England as an inalienable right. Unfortunately, they never intended to extend that right to all Americans. Chief among Americans destined to perpetual subjugation under the law comprise half the population, and despite women's progress over the past century, Republicans have set returning them to second-class status as one of their primary goals since they rose to power after the 2010 elections. America is, and always has been, controlled by a patriarchal mindset, and Republicans have found an incredibly powerful and successful means to put women in their historically subservient place with little opposition from the public.
This short film exposes the Republican agenda for what it is.
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