Slide Show: “Made Visible”

“We’re here for a simple reason. Women and children, as you well know…are falling faster into poverty than any group of Americans,” said Tavis. “It is also the case that, the younger you are in this country, the more likely you are to be poor.”

“I want women to know they’re connected to women around the world,” he added.

Click to view the full image and read details from the panel discussion held at NYU’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts and share your thoughts.

 

Photography courtesy of Earl Gibson III

  • Sidonie Jeffers

    I am so glad that you saw fit to focus on this Tavis, it shows fortitude and a genuine concern for the plight of women in this country and all over the world. Thank you for your involvement and for bringing women’s issues such as this to light. This is much needed, and I look forward to seeing more informative campaigns by you which endeavor to evaluate the very real obstacles that impede our survival as women and consequently the survival of our children.

  • Ruth Butler

    THank you, Tavis. I always learn something. I volunteer…now I need to do more. Keep the faith.

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