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SIP & Screen

A coffee-tasting, film screening, and panel discussion celebrating women in coffee

November 11th at 7:00 pm    Joe Coffee
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Join us in celebrating and uplifting the work of women in coffee at this special film screening, panel discussion, and coffee tasting. 


Women do at least 70% of the work it takes to produce a cup of coffee. But men typically hold a much greater share of the profits. Not only do men dominate more lucrative roles in the coffee supply chain, but global gender inequities around land ownership, access to education, and more perpetuate the disparities of women in the industry.

Join the Women in Coffee Project and Bean Voyage at Joe Coffee for the New York premiere of Stronger Than Coffee, a 25-minute series featuring five short films made by Costa Rican women coffee producers. With cameras in hand, they reveal what it means—and what it takes—to be coffee producers in an industry that often makes them invisible.


We don’t want the ticket price to prevent anyone from attending. If it is a barrier for you, please email

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Event Schedule:

  • 7:00 - 7:30  Welcome and Coffee Brewing

    Led by Amaris Gutierrez-Ray, founder of the Women in Coffee Project

  • 7:30 - 8:15  Stronger Than Coffee Film Screening

    After a year of learning filmmaking, Maria, Arleen, Ericka, Taty, and Margoth capture how coffee has uniquely shaped their lives

  • 8:15 - 8:45  Q&A Virtual Panel Discussion

    Featuring the Stronger Than Coffee filmmakers

  • 8:45 - 9:00 Networking, and Closing

About the Sponsors

The Women in Coffee Project hosts cupping to celebrate coffees produced by women, moderates panel events to examine how gender equity is expressed in different areas of the sector, plans fundraisers to benefit other organizations, and sometimes brews coffee for roasting companies in order to network with other women in agriculture and hospitality.

Bean Voyage creates thriving businesses with smallholder women coffee farmers in Costa Rica.


Needle + Frame is the production company behind the Stronger Than Coffee project. They are a filmmaking and arts collective based in Denver that builds solidarity, unites communities, and inspires courageous action toward positive social transformation. 

Joe Coffee is a family-owned coffee shop in New York City dedicated to making flawless coffee served with warm hospitality.

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