Editor,

Your "Peaches and Pits" column, (Jan. 15 - Golden Globe & Oscars are "leftists on parade"), brought to mind a few movies I saw last year. -"Harriet" challenged the racism and misogyny of our appalling US Civil War era.. - "Ford V. Ferrari" recognized individual genius, team work, and friendship. - "Bombshell" saluted the brave, professional women at Fox News who brought to light the despicable harassment and sexual abuses by Roger Ailes . - "Knives Out" explored family greed in inheritance matters with wit and accents. - "Star Wars: The Return of Skywalker" proved again that love, integrity, honor triumph over the evils of totalitarianism. - These themes resonate with human beings: they're universal. And, by the way, as a liberal feminist, I'm proud to be one of the good guys.

Gayle Brauner

Port Angeles, Wash.

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