Civil rights activist and feminist icon Dolores Huerta is in town to host two special screenings of “Dolores”, the new film about her life.

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Montecillo, in conjunction with PBS Distribution, will offer two Q&A sessions with Huerta after the showtimes on Sunday at 2:15 p.m. and Monday at 7 p.m.

Tickets for these special screenings are currently sold out. To purchase tickets for other showings, click HERE.

According to the theater’s website, “the documentary covers [Huerta’s] fight for racial, gender, and class equality from the 1950s right up to today” with footage and interviews of Huerta, her friends and family, and other leaders including Hillary Clinton and Angela Davis.

In her 87 years, Huerta has made numerous accomplishments including co-founding the country’s first farm workers’ union, helping enact the Agricultural Labor Relations Act of 1975, serving as the National Chair of the 21st Century Party, and more.

President Obama awarded Huerta the Presidential Medal of Freedom Award, the highest civilian award in the U.S., in 2012.

For a list of showtimes, click HERE.