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Throwback Thursday: NYWIFT on No Rest for the Weekend

In case you missed it, NYWIFT Community Engagement Director Katie Chambers sat down with host Jason Godbey on his indie film podcast No Rest for the Weekend to discuss the rise of women in media, the continued challenges they face, NYWIFT’s mission and how the organization creates a supportive network for women to get ahead in their careers. 

You can listen here on Apple Podcasts, or click below to watch a video of the episode in its entirety. 

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