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International Women's Day

Theresa V.
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Colorado Springs, CO
Post #: 24
International Women’s Day Celebration!
Local Women Making an International Impact


March 8, 2013
Registration is now open: www.iwd-coloradosprings.org






Celebrating the accomplishments and challenges of women around the world at the
Carter Payne Event Center
320 S. Weber, Colorado Springs CO

6:00 p.m. Heavy hors d’ouevres buffet
7:00 to 8:30 p.m. Program
Registration is $30; $20 for students


Highlighting local women making an international impact :
Becky Kiser, founder and CEO of The Trampled Rose, serving victims of obstetric fistula in Ethiopia
Sarah Ray, cofounder of Yobel Market discussing fair trade practices that benefit women in emerging economies
Fran Pilch, Fullbright professor sharing her experiences providing training in Mongolia for future diplomats
Binh Riybacki, founder of Children of Peace international, which provides orphan care, medical assistance, and education/training for children and women in Viet Nam
Omhagain Dayeen, of the Colorado Coalition for Genocide Awareness and Action, will share her vision and latest work
A cash bar will be available
On-street parking will be available at no charge beginning at 6:00 p.m.
Speakers will have display tables and will be selling beautiful items to benefit their organization


Artist/Copyright: Estelle Carol/ CWLU Herstory Project SCW@2010
www.syracuseculturalworkers.com/iwd
Syracuse Cultural Workers "Tools for Change" catalog is 40 pages of feminist, progressive, multicultural resources to help change the work and sustain activism. The Peace Calendar, Women Artists Dabebook, over 100 posters on social, cultural, and political themes, holiday cards for Solstice, Christmas, Chanukah, plus buttons, stickers, T-shirts, notecards, postcards, and books. Great fundraising products. Box 6367, Syracuse, NY 13217 800.949.5139; Fax 800.396.1449. 24-hour ordering. Visa/MC. email: scw@syracuseculturalworkers.com
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