V-Day Announces Indian Country Project to Raise Awareness and Funds Around Rampant Violence Facing Native American and First Nat
Native activist Suzanne Blue Star Boy appointed director of the V-Day Indian Country Project.
V-Day Launches 2003 Worldwide and College Campaigns. Sign Up Today to Bring V-Day to Your Community!
We are happy to announce that we are now accepting applications to organize
events for V-Day 2003. You can bring V-Day to your community, your college, or your university!
Summit to Take Place in Rome, Friday-Saturday September 20-21
Will Strategize Ending Violence Against Women Facilitated by Founder/Playwright Eve Ensler
Following are two letters from Irene Martine, Director of the Centre for Girls and Women, Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of Congo.
August 8, 2002 - New York, NY
V-Day Rapid City Raises Fifty Thousand Dollars for New Cangleska Shelter: Indian Country Initiative Announced
As a result of the event, V-Day announces Indian country initiative to raise awareness and money around the issues facing Native women in the U.S.
With Help from Equality Now, Congolese Women's Rights Group Wins the Right to Produce "The Vagina Monologues" for V-Day in Lubumbashi
To join an Amnesty International action on Gujarat, click here.
Dear President Bush:
We the undersigned women leaders and women's rights organizations ask you to take emergency action to protect the lives and secure the future of Afghan women.
V-Day Safe House to Open in Narok, Kenya for Girls Escaping Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and Early Childhood Marriages
Local Community Group Tasaru Ntomomok to Run The Safe House Which Will Open On Monday, April 8:
V-Day Founder/Playwright Eve Ensler to attend at the Grand Opening