Women Speak

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Women Speak Out Against Violence, Sweatshops and Poverty   :)
 

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VIDEO FOR CHANGE NEWSLETTER MAY 2009   :)

 


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THE HUB: Zimbabwean Women Speak Out
Courageous women step forward to tell their stories of politically motivated violence against women in Zimbabwe in this video, Hear Us, produced by our partner the Research and Advocacy Unit (RAU). See it.

Videos in Focus: Women Working to Create Change
 Made in LA
Follow three women in Los Angeles who take on popular retailer Forever 21 for its unfair labor practices. Watch the video and find out what you can do to help bring fair wages, fair hours, and fair conditions to LA's garment district.
Change it.
 
 
 Women's Work: Creating Fair Trade Jobs in Georgia
With no business experience, an amazing group of women started the only African-American owned pecan shelling facility in the United States, providing jobs in one of Georgia's poorest counties. Meet the women, and take a tour of their co-op. See it.
 
  Triple Your Investment
Join our donor challenge! If we can raise $30,000 by June 5th, we'll receive another $60,000.

This is your chance to triple your impact. Every dollar donated counts not just once, but three times.
Act now!

 
VAI Alumna Wins Award
Our congratulations go out to Debra Diniz, Video Advocacy Institute 2008 Alumna, for winning Best Prize award at the Amazonia Documentary Festival. Her film, House of the Dead, highlights the plight of inmates at a psychiatric hospital in Salvador, Brazil.
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More WITNESS Highlights

Can Video Help End the Genocide in Darfur?
During Genocide Prevention month, Priscilla Neri documented the role video has played in bringing calls to action to the international community.
  Introducing Randa
Meet Randa Abo Eldahab! She is a Freedom House Fellow from Egypt who is in New York City for the next few months writing about her views on video and human rights for WITNESS.  Upcoming WITNESS Events
This spring, we will be hosting a series of house parties in Los Angeles, Washington DC, New York City and London. If you are interested in learning more, please email us at

events@witness.org
 
WITNESS is located at 80 Hanson Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217



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