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Faith Hill, Jessica Alba, Sally Field and Ali Larter Join “V to the Tenth” in New Orleans

02/26/2008

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Susan Celia Swan/Kate Fisher
(415) 814-3031, press at v-day dot org

Alba, Holmes Fight Violence Vs. Women

Jessica Alba and Rosario Dawson were among the celebrities who celebrated the 10th anniversary of V-Day, a global effort to end violence against women
01/11/2008

By SANDY COHEN

V-Day Announces Its 10th Anniversary

V TO THE TENTH TO TAKE PLACE AT THE NEW ORLEANS ARENA AND LOUISIANA SUPERDOME FRIDAY - SATURDAY, APRIL 11-12, 2008
11/19/2007

V-Day, the global movement to end violence against women and girls, will celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2008 with women and men from the U.S. and throughout the world.

Stop Raping Our Greatest Resource Campaign: Stephen Lewis Interview on WHYY Radio-- The War on Women in East Congo

The war on women in east Congo.
10/10/2007

The sexual violence towards women in an area that borders Rwanda has been called the worst in the world by a top United Nation's official.

Christine Schuler Deschryver Appears on Democracy Now Talking About Sexual Terrorism & Africa's Forgotten War

Democratic Republic of Congo

10/08/2007

Appearing on Democracy Now this morning, Christine Schuler Deschryver describes how women continue to be the victims of "sexual terrorism" in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a count

Women Laureates Press Ban Ki Moon for Release of Aung San Suu Kyi

09/29/2007

Wangari Maathai, Kenyan Laureate, hand-delivered statement to UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon on Saturday

Listen to the PBS Podcast: A Conversation with Eve Ensler and Christine Schuler Deschryver: Ending Femicide in the Congo

09/20/2007

Eve Ensler and activist Christine Schuler Deschryver talk to journalist Michele Kort of Ms. Magazine about the horrors of sexual violence and its aftermath in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Attend NYC Event: Stop Raping Our Greatest Resource: Ending Femicide in the DRC

08/27/2007

V-Day, the Global Movement to End Violence Against Women and Girls, and UNICEF
in collaboration with The Culture Project

present