Women Empowerment Group Leads Two Events in NYC and Alabama
By: Double XXposure Media Relations
20MWS will present "Lift Every Voice - In Love We Rise" at the Middle Collegiate Church "Just Arts Cafe" in New York City. The ceremony will present a musical tribute to our children of the world from Tony Award-Winner Melba Moore, among others. Ms. Moore and friends will close the event singing with her "Lift Every Voice & Sing. The event will be streamed globally.
Also, on November 20th, 20MWS and the Spiritual Enrichment Center (SEC) of Dothan, Alabama will welcome acclaimed poet, actor, and Master Djembe' Drummer Jabari Exum, to conduct workshops and performances including an intimate evening performance and talk at Dothan's SEC. Jabari will share the inspiring story about how he came to do choreography and drumming for Marvel's historic "Black Panther" film, along with poetry and drumming.
Both events are part of a year-long effort that began with the official launch of 20 Million Women Strong on September 21, 2019 in Selma, Alabama, on the U.N. International Day of Peace. 20MWS aims to raise awareness and inspire action through various "Global Action Days", and highlight the many ways that women everywhere are leading the shift in consciousness necessary to positively change the impact and conditions for women, children, families, and the Earth.
Organizations that have joined in support of #20MWS include the Women's Interfaith Network of the United Religions Initiative (WIN-URI) and URI at the United Nations, as well as the Spiritual Enrichment Center of Dothan, Alabama and Middle Collegiate Church in New York City and Dionne Warwick, a U.N. FAO Goodwill Diplomat who has agreed to lend her name and support as one of our Global Goodwill Ambassadors.
For more information, and to get involved, please visit https://20millionwomenstrong.org, or contact: Toni Seawright, Northeast Regional Coordinator, #20MWS, Email: email@example.com,