Call Her Ganda

"As suspenseful as it is moving."

- Hollywood Reporter

"Heartbreaking and inspirational."

- Hollywood Reporter

"Unflinching and eye-opening"

– NOW Magazine


– The Villager



"Exceptionally powerful"

– Point of View Magazine


– Moveable Fest

“A galvanizing call to arms”

– Moveable Fest


– Filmmaker Magazine


– Filmmaker Magazine

"A powerful message"

– Let The Movies Move Us

"Demands our respect"

– The Young Folks

"An emotional rollercoaster"

– Unseen Films


– LA Times

"Potent and eye-opening"

– Chicago Reader

"One of the year’s timeliest films"

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"Required viewing"

– CNN Philippines
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Allyship and solidarity is crucial to the success of the #Justice4Jennifer movement. Support our partners in the US and the Philippines in their work to fight U.S. imperialism, militarism, and violence against trans people. Donate. Volunteer. Find local organizations in your area to support and ensure the rights of every everyone including trans and gender non conforming individuals.

#WontBeErased #TransLivesMatter #HumanRights

10/23/2018 10:43:59
Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement
Los Angeles, CA
Immigrant/Migrant/Refugee Community, Racial Justice, Trans and Queer Community
Grassroots Organizing
Familia: TQLM is a national trans and queer Latinx organization and works at the intersections of LGBTQ and immigrant rights, and racial justice.
Jorge Gutierrez
11/3/2018 18:41:34GABRIELA - Los AngelesLos Angeles, CAAsian/Pacific Islander Community, Anti-U.S. Imperialism/Militarism, Education, Filipino Community, Immigrant/Migrant/Refugee Community, Women's AdvocacyArts/Culture/Media, Grassroots Organizing, Educational ProgramsGABRIELA Los Angeles (LA) is an organization serving Filipinas in the Los Angeles community. We strive to build a strong Filipina women’s mass movement, recognizing that the problems of the Filipina diaspora are linked to the root problems of the Philippines. GABRIELA LA addresses the rights and welfare of women through education, organizing, campaigns, and cultural work.
10/22/2018 14:43:08Survival ArtsLos Angeles, CA and Bacolod City, PhilippinesFilipino Community, Trans and Queer Community, Women's AdvocacyArts/Culture/Media, Direct Services, SELF-PROTECTION for womxn and girlsSurvival Arts provides training for womxn and girls to protect their bodies from sexual assault. Through the indigenous Pilipinx fighting arts, we teach how to fight rape, sexual attacks, and all forms of violence. We work to create safety for all QTWOC.
11/5/2018 10:44:14GABRIELA PortlandPortland, ORAnti-U.S. Imperialism/Militarism, Filipino Community, Immigrant/Migrant/Refugee Community, Trans and Queer Community, Women's AdvocacyGrassroots Organizing, Educational ProgramsGABRIELA Portland, a member organization of GABRIELA USA, is a collective of pinxys celebrating our multifaceted identities, revolutionary herstory, and rich culture. We work to build a community in the greater Portland area invested in educating, serving and advocating for the human rights of Filipin@s locally and globally.

We seek to connect our current conditions as Filipin@ workers, students, mothers, professionals, and LGBTQIGNC* in the United States to that of our motherland through cultural expression, education, and political action.

We open our membership to Pinays living in the greater Portland area who are women of Philippine descent, including those who are migrants, immigrants, and US born. We recognize Pinays of mixed heritage and adoptees. Membership is also open to human rights advocates of other nationalities who adhere to the organization’s objectives. GABRIELA Portland is an LGBTQI*GNC (Lesbian, Gay, Bixexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Gender Non-Conforming) friendly organization.​
https://www.gabrielaportland.orggabriela.pdx@gmail.com join us for a free screening and Q&A of "Call Her Ganda" on Tuesday, November 20 7-9:30pm at the Q Center (4115 N Mississippi Ave, Portland, Oregon 97217)!Geleen
10/22/2018 10:48:00Esperanza Peace and Justice CenterSan Antonio, TXRacial Justice, Trans and Queer Community, Women's AdvocacyArts/Culture/Media, Grassroots OrganizingThe people of Esperanza dream of a world where everyone has civil rights and economic justice, where the environment is cared for, where cultures are honored and communities are safe. The Esperanza advocates for those wounded by domination and inequality — women, people of color, the lesbian, gay, trans and queer community, the working class and poor. We believe in creating bridges between people by exchanging ideas and educating and empowering each other. We believe it is vital to share our visions of hope… we are esperanza.http://esperanzacenter.orgesperanza@esperanzacenter.org210.228.0201
11/6/2018 11:33:51GABRIELA SeattleSeattle, WAAnti-U.S. Imperialism/Militarism, Filipino Community, Women's AdvocacyArts/Culture/Media, Grassroots Organizing, Educational ProgramsGABRIELA Seattle is a member of GABRIELA-USA, an overseas chapter of GABRIELA Philippines. GABRIELA-USA is an organization working to advance the struggle of women in the overall movement for national liberation and genuine democracy in the Philippines.gabrielaseattle@gmail.com425-954-7691
10/22/2018 14:24:2018 Million RisingUSA (National)Asian/Pacific Islander Community, Education, Immigrant/Migrant/Refugee Community, Racial Justice, Trans and Queer CommunityArts/Culture/Media, Grassroots Organizing, Digital ( brings Asian American communities together online and offline to reimagine Asian American identity with nuance, specificity, and power. We are using this Asian American identity as the foundation to build a more just and creative world where our experiences are affirmed, our leadership is valued, and all of us have the opportunity to thrive.

Using technology and popular culture, we develop new ways for Asian Americans and our allies to collaborate, create new ways of being, and transform the world around us. We utilize digital-first advocacy tactics to elevate the voices of and mobilize our over 120,000 members to take action on issues that matter to them. We create meeting places online where young Asian Americans can deliberate together about what it means to be Asian American in the 21st century. Nozaki
11/4/2018 23:30:05GABRIELA USAUSA (National)Anti-U.S. Imperialism/Militarism, Education, Filipino CommunityGrassroots Organizing, Educational Programs, GABRIELA USA also addresses national and international economic and political issues that affects Filipino womenGABRIELA-USA is the first overseas chapter of the Philippine-based organization, extending the Filipino women’s mass movement to the United States seeking to wage a struggle for the liberation of all oppressed Filipino women and the rest of our people. While we vigorously campaign on women-specific issues such as women's rights, gender discrimination, violence against women and women's health and reproductive rights, GABRIELA USA also addresses national and international economic and political issues that affects Filipino women. you are interested in becoming a GABRIELA member, please visit our member organizations here:
GABRIELA Los Angeles
GABRIELA San Francisco
GABRIELA Washington D.C.
League of Filipino Students Women's Committee (San Francisco)
11/29/2018 16:27:39Veterans For PeaceSt. Louis, Missouri USA (140 chapters worldwide) Anti-U.S. Imperialism/Militarism, EducationGrassroots Organizing, Educational ProgramsStatement of Purpose
We, as military veterans, do hereby affirm our greater responsibility to serve the cause of world peace. To this end we will work, with others both nationally and internationally

To increase public awareness of the causes and costs of war 

To restrain our governments from intervening, overtly and covertly, in the internal affairs of other nations 

To end the arms race and to reduce and eventually eliminate nuclear weapons 

To seek justice for veterans and victims of war 

To abolish war as an instrument of national policy. 

To achieve these goals, members of Veterans For Peace pledge to use non-violent means and to maintain an organization that is both democratic and open with the understanding that all members are trusted to act in the best interests of the group for the larger purpose of world peace. 725-6005 (office)https:/ For Peace is a global organization of Military Veterans and allies whose collective efforts are to build a culture of peace by using our experiences and lifting our voices. We inform the public of the true causes of war and the enormous costs of wars, with an obligation to heal the wounds of wars. Our network is comprised of over 140 chapters worldwide whose work includes: educating the public, advocating for a dismantling of the war economy, providing services that assist veterans and victims of war, and most significantly, working to end all wars.Colleen Kelly, Communications 314-899-4515