It’s no Big Deal. Just the Future of Humanity.
This is the slogan of the Girl Effect campaign working to promote the powerful idea that when we invest in girls around the world, we witness a cycle of positive change for themselves and future generations. During Women’s History month, come to the Museum of Tolerance to learn more about the status of women and girls historically and today.
Experience the Museum’s We the People History timeline exhibit to explore the history of women’s rights in the US from the first conference at Seneca Falls to today. Participate in the Millennium Machine’s multi-media presentation on the exploitation of women and discover issues and struggles women still face around the world.
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Celebrate the strength, wisdom, determination and compassion of women and girls.
Sunday, March 13, 2011 12:00pm – 4:00pm
The Museum of Tolerance and the Women’s Empowerment Foundation invite you to a Family Sunday.
1:30pm View “A Girl Like Me” and participate in a conversation on Beauty and Identity with Dr. Kenya Davis Hayes.
2:00pm Hear a Survivor of Human Trafficking talk about her experience and advocacy on behalf of others today.
Holocaust Survivor Speakers at 1:00, 2:00, and 3:00pm
3:30pm Empowering our Daughters and Ourselves
Join a conversation with Illana Shoshan, Ms. Israel of All Time and Co-founder of the Women's Empowerment Foundation.
Activities throughout the Day:
Our Gift to You! Have your portrait taken with a woman you love by photographer Yael Swerdlow, Co-founder of Women's Empowerment Foundation. Inscribe it with a message of inspiration and add it to our website gallery.
See One Fine Day and other documentary shorts on the struggle for Women’s Rights and meet filmmaker Martha Wheelock.
Encounter The Girl Effect Campaign: Learn how to change the planet by empowering girls
Portraits and all other activities included with admission to the Museum.
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