Educational Media Reviews Online | Reviewed by Giovanna Colosi, Librarian for the School of Education, Subject Instruction Lead, Syracuse University
"The documentary can be used for courses and educational programs that cover early childhood education, social issues, social justice, and black studies. It is well-suited for academic library collections."
Video Librarian | J. Zimmerman
"Anyone interested in the behind-the-scenes aspects of social justice advocacy will want to see this documentary. Clarissa’s Battle painstakingly documents the time, effort, and day-to-day work that goes into successful activism. Highly Recommended."
Maya Soetoro-Ng, Obama Foundation Asia Pacific Region | Co-Founder of Ceeds of Peace | Leadership, Peace Education and Movements Faculty, Matsunaga Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution, University of Hawaii, Mānoa
"This is a moving film about a strong womanʻs battle for child care and support. Clarissaʻs battle is for all of us, and for the betterment and resilience of society. Her advocacy and activism help us to understand systemic inequalities and encourage participation that is both fierce and tender. This film asks us to challenge injustice with careful, deep listening to the frontline communities who have suffered without despair and are finding sustainable and just solutions. Clarissa shows us that true courage is about walking down a long road, sometimes alone, with little rest and nourishment, without assurances but with imagination and persistence. She is an inspiration and Tamara Perkinsʻ spotlight helps us all to find the courage we need to keep walking our own paths."