About The Film
In the early 1940's, as young men left for World War II, millions of American women stepped out of their homes and into the labor force, taking on jobs in traditionally male-dominated industries.
Drawing on the real experiences of women working on the home front, Rosie follows American factory worker Rose Donnelly as she fights against the blatant work-place harassment and unequal treatment faced by herself and her female co-workers.
Inspired by the We Can Do It! Poster by J. Howard Miller.
We are committed to educating and inspiring audiences around the United States by sharing the story of Rosie the Riveter, and by building support for the effort to build a memorial to the real Rosies.
We are collaborating with museums, educators, non-profits and community organizations to screen the film and host events designed to honor the legacy of working women in World War II.