“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?'” Martin Luther King
NEW YORK (PRWEB) April 12, 2019
This live-to-screen concert, which teams with leading female Hollywood film composers, will journey through the lives of international feminists and human rights champions fighting for social justice, gender equality and the equal rights of all people. Trailer here: https://vimeo.com/321550264/491817e1d2
Women Warriors: The Voices of Change, to premiere at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, NYC on September 20, 2019 is much more than a groundbreaking, feminist event - it is a call to action.
Amy and her team and are hosting Cottage Meetings from coast to coast to raise awareness and funds for this paradigm-changing event. The first cottage meeting is proudly hosted by Larendee Roos in conjunction with:
520 Broadway, New York, NY
Thursday, April 18th @ 7-9 pm
Register Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-warriors-the-voices-of-change-new-york-city-cottage-event-tickets-59737195560
The struggle for women’s equality is a challenge that is still fought every single day. While some people are busy keeping up with Spring trends or choosing the coffee of the month, others, in Iran and Saudi Arabia, are still being beaten and tortured on a daily basis.
A recent article by Nickolas Kristoff, NY Times, described the stories of two women:
Nasrin Sotoudeh, 55 year old writer/human rights lawyer in Iran, just sentenced to another 33 years in prison (on top of a five-year sentence she is now serving in solitary confinement), plus 148 lashes, for her work defending the rights of women and children in Iran.
Loujain al-Hathloul, 29 year old leader of the Saudi women’s rights movement/political prisoner, best known for her defiance of the female driving ban. She appeared on trial in March 2019 after months of imprisonment, torture, floggings, sexual harassment, waterboarding and electric shocks. She is now nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Read more here: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/13/opinion/hathloul-sotoudeh-iran-saudi-arabia.html
And let’s not forget about one of the most pressing issues facing the world, as we know it - Global Warming and its direct impact on climate change. Everyone from individual consumers to established world leaders, have been reluctant to acknowledge this looming catastrophe. Even major players in the fashion industry are well aware of the need for change in the world. In a recent interview in CNN Style, fashion icon, Anna Wintour, stated that:
"Everybody is concerned about the climate crisis and what should be done to help. And obviously we're very aware, as other industries are, that we have been at fault and what can we do in the relatively short amount of time we have to course correct."
**CNN Style. Read more here: https://www.cnn.com/style/article/anna-wintour-interview/index.html
Women Warriors: The Voices of Change is a call to call to action that gives hope and inspiration to women and children around the world!
If you are unable to attend this first event, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to our mailing list for future Meet and Greets with the composer, Amy Andersson, hosted by Larendee!
Tickets on sale at Lincoln Center June 22, 2019:, http://www.lincolncenter.org/.
Amy Andersson: https://amyanderssonconductor.com/
Orchestra Moderne: https://orchestramoderne-nyc.com/
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