Great documentary on Dr Dorothy Cotton. A great organizer for voting rights and a leading voice at SCLC. Recognizing her is long overdue on the contributions of black women in the civil rights movement. Looking forward to seeing the documentary.

— Lamont T Conyers (@ccmmanagement2) December 9, 2020

Yesss! We love this! Let's #TellOurDaughters about Dorothy Cotton - civil rights leader, a confidante of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and a driving force in getting Southern black people to vote! Let's help get her story out👇! #TheStorytellerMatters https://t.co/3mQ9SSjj7Q

— BlackGirlsUnscripted (@BGUnscripted) November 1, 2020

Thank you Dorothy Cotton for blazing the trails to the polls for Black people for generations. We will make you proud this election by voting with power and pride #BlackWomenVote https://t.co/1WMWNdt54l

— HigherHeights (@HigherHeights) October 26, 2020

I’m looking forward to this documentary about a formidable Black woman— Dorothy Foreman Cotton! The citizenship schools that she, Septima Clark, Bernice Robinson, and others developed changed the game on voter registration during the civil rights movement! https://t.co/KDjdhq9Htu

— Tara White (@curator_tw) November 6, 2020

It was soul stirring. This documentary should be a Netflix special on Sheroes. I respect Dr King but he didn't succeed on his own. Like Hidden Figures.... powerful women never get the recognition they deserve. Please show this for donations and a PBS or Netflix story.

— Angela Sharpe (@ASharpeCons) October 26, 2020

Inspiring, emotional, powerful, essential. I stand with black women and marginalized people everywhere. #ReadyGirl #BlackVotersMatter #StandWithBlackWomen #GAVotes 🌊 https://t.co/2FAFzU7H8R

— Melissa Yost LCSW (@melissaLyost) December 9, 2020

Oh my Goodness! Dorothy Cotton her book “If Your Back’s Not Bent: the Role of the Citizen Education Program in the Civil Rights Movement. She was a 2019 honoree for @officialNWHA my mother told me about her..every time I take a vote, I think of Dorothy Cotton!

— Shyra Arring (@Shypr2) October 26, 2020

Give yourself the gift of this 10 minute short previewing a new documentary about Dorothy Cotton. ❤️🔥✊🏼 https://t.co/feTxEsi8IC

— Molly Gordon (@shaboom) October 28, 2020

Learning the real history of how women like Dorothy Cotton collectively theorized, strategized, and took intentional, informed action to create change and create beloved community can inform our own creative actions today. Indeed, this film is timely and necessary. https://t.co/cOSniVuKa8

— Barry Derfel (@barry_derfel) October 26, 2020