Thursday, February 19, 2009

A Powerful Noise

Celebrate International Women's Day with A POWERFUL NOISE!

Individuals and communities are joining CARE in theatres across the country to celebrate International Women's Day with a viewing of A POWERFUL NOISE Live. On the evening of March 5, CARE is hosting an unprecedented one-night event featuring "A Powerful Noise", an acclaimed documentary that follows three extraordinary women – Hanh is an HIV-positive widow in Vietnam, Nada is a survivor of the Bosnian war, and Jacqueline educates girls in Mali. The film takes you inside the lives of these women to witness their daily challenges and significant victories over poverty and oppression. Immediately following the film a town hall discussion will be broadcast live from New York to participating theatres, with renowned activists and experts including Nicholas Kristof, Christy Turlington Burns, and CARE President & CEO Helene Gayle, to discuss how we can empower women around the world to fight global poverty.

Tickets are on sale now. To learn more about the film, or for theatre and ticket information, visit

Invite your friends, family and colleagues to attend A POWERFUL NOISE Live. Visit to download a step-by-step planning guide for how local women's groups can participate in this exciting event.


Scott Thigpen said...

Thanks for alerting your readers about A POWERFUL NOISE Live! Just want to let you know that Madeleine K. Albright and Natalie Portman are also participating in the town hall discussion. Come see this inspiring film and hear from this all-star lineup about the power of women to change the world.

John Maszka said...


I'm conducting feminist research on how American foreign policy affects popular support for terrorism. I’m particularly interested in incorporating the views of women, non-whites, and people living outside of America and Western Europe, but all responses are invited and welcome. The survey can be accessed at

I would really value your opinion and the opinion of your readers.

Thank you,

John Maszka