People are invited to attend the Zoom or live premiere of “Together They Were Stronger,” a documentary about four Seattle mothers, including Evelyn Chapman from Queen Anne, who worked to pass the 1971 “Education for All” law for disability education rights in Washington state. Chapman’s daughter, Mary Chapman Cole, said the law was mostly written at the dining room table of her family’s Queen Anne home, where she still resides. The law text was later copied for the 1975 federal law. Cole and her brother, Coolidge Chapman, both appear in the documentary. The presentation, which includes a panel discussion following the documentary, is from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. May 25 at the University of Washington Haring Center, Auditorium CD150, 1981 N.E. Columbia Road, Seattle. Register today at bit.ly/TTWSRegister.