WATCH Eve Live Online Tomorrow At The Women's Conference
For the second year, V-Day Founder/Artistic Director Eve Ensler will be speaking at The Women's Conference: The Nations Premier Forum For Women hosted by California First Lady Maria Shriver. Every year The Women's Conference brings together more than 150 extraordinary speakers and is attended by over 30,000 women and viewed online by millions more with the goal to educate, inspire and empower. Eve's speech, entitled "The Gift Of Cancer," will be available to watch LIVE online tomorrow, Tuesday October 26. She is scheduled in the Maine Stage Arena for the "Luncheon Session" taking place between 12:30 - 2:30 PT. Eve is estimated to start at 1:14PM PT.
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WATCH: V-Day Europe Director Karin Heisecke Featured On "Most Interesting Person"
V-Day's newest staff member, Europe Director Karin Heisecke, has been featured on Most Interesting Person for her continued activism and work to end violence against women and girls. Karin first joined the V-Day movement in 2001 when she won the V-Day Stop Rape Contest and in 2010 was hired as V-Day's Europe Director to oversee and expand the V-Day movement in Europe.
Most Interesting Person is a self-generative film archive. Each documentary presents the most interesting person of the previous. It is limitless, built through the respect, inspiration, admiration or awe that connects one person to the next.
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JOIN US THIS SUNDAY: Marion Woodman Film Screening & Post Show Conversation with Eve Ensler & Andrew Harvey
Join Eve on Halloween night for the New York premiere of Marion Woodman: Dancing in the Flames about the life and views of the Jungian analyst. The screening will be followed by a conversation between Eve and spiritual activist Andrew Harvey.
Marion Woodman: Dancing in the Flames
Sunday, October 31
$25 includes admission to the exhibitions before the program
Rubin Museum Of Art
150 West 17th Street, New York, New York 10011
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