Carry the World: Women and Peace

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Carry the World: Women and Peace

Special Performance

Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 7:00pm

7:00pm - View the exhibition
Once Person Crying: Women and War

8:00pm - Performance

Carry the World: Women and Peace is adapted from the interviews and inspired by One Person Crying: Women and War, a 28-year, personal global photo essay by Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist, Marissa Roth, that addresses the immediate and lingering effects of war on women.

Featuring: Shohreh Aghdashloo

Yereli Arizmendi, Alexandra Chun, Colleen Duffy, Constance Ejuma, Jennifer Hasty, and Katarina Radivojevic

Created and Direct by Diana Castle

"The politicians want only special revolutions, outward revolutions, and political readjustments. All of this is inconsequential. The only revolution that counts is a revolution of the human spirit." --Henrik Ibsen 

No Charge. but Advanced Reservations Required.

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A production of Creative Visions Foundation
in association with the Imagined Life Studio


Presented by the Museum of Tolerance,
a Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum


Sponsored by The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust


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