Shondaland: #TimesUp, #MeToo, and the Global Movement for Women's Rights

Shondaland: #TimesUp, #MeToo, and the Global Movement for Women's Rights

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6/11/18

Shondaland, the pioneering storytelling company by television producer, Shonda Rhimes, highlighted CARE’s work to eradicate poverty and promote development through the empowering of women and girls.

 

The story, written by Angela Harvey, a CARE advocate who is also a producer for the TV show, “Station 19”, featured CARE’s National Conference in Washington D.C. and CARE’s Deliver Lasting Change Award given to Alicia Lanchimba, from Ecuador, for her work as a women’s rights advocate after having escaped a life of domestic slavery and sexual abuse.

 

Read the full story here.

Alicia Lanchimba, from Ecuador, is now a women's rights advocate after escaping a life of domestic slavery and sexual abuse. She received the Deliver Change award from CARE at the CARE National Conference in May 2018. Credit: Carey Wager/CARE

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