‘Fight Like a Girl’ screening at the DAC

by DGO Web Administrator

If you’ve ever wondered how and why some women get into the sport of boxing – “into” as in doing, not watching or walking around the ring in a skimpy bikini holding the round number – here’s your chance to see it up close and personal.

The documentary “Fight Like a Girl’ will be shown Wednesday night at the Durango Arts Center, 802 East Second Ave.

The film, by Jill Morley and shot over a period of five years, follows Morley as she trains for the New York Golden Gloves. As she trains, she becomes entrenched in the culture of female boxing and discovers that for many of the women, boxing is a way to deal with issues of abuse, trauma, mental illness and healing.

The movie starts 5 p.m. Wednesday, and the screening is free, with a suggested donation to the Women’s Resource Center.


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