New York City Women of Vision

Welcome to the New York City Women of Vision. We're glad you stopped by. We are a group of like-minded women who seek to serve the poor, locally and globally. Come join us as we educate, serve, and advocate for the poor.

Friday, October 3, 2014

The Power in Her Potential: NYC Women of Vision Kicks Off on October 9!

Please join us for an exciting evening as we kick off a new year with NYC Women of Vision. As we anticipate International Day of the Girl on October 11, learn how World Vision’s programs are helping girls overcome obstacles to achieve their potential and transforming the lives of children in poverty. Find out ways you can get involved with Women of Vision, whether by volunteering locally, advocating for critical legislation, or supporting a World Vision project.

We will conclude the evening with a screening of FLESH, a searing portrait into the lives of women and girls devastated by the global human trafficking trade and its insidious ramifications within the United States.

It is our hope that you will be inspired to act on behalf of vulnerable women and girls to promote gender equality and opportunities for all.

Thursday, October 9, 2014
7:00 – 9:00 pm 

Park West Educational Campus Auditorium 
525 West 50th Street 
New York, NY 10019

Free admission. Light refreshments served.
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Guest Speaker: 

Rahsaan Graham, Senior Director of Child Protection and Education, World Vision US

Rahsaan Graham manages child protection and education programs that are directly funded by Strong Women, Strong World campaign. Learn exactly how your support will help in building a new future for children. Read more.

Feature Film: FLESH
FLESH is a shocking documentary that calls into question our definitions of slavery, human trafficking, and prostitution in the United States. This is a story told by the women and girls who have escaped and by those still enslaved. It is told by former and current pimps. The interviews give voice to those in the business of prostitution and to those seeking to end it. Together they offer startling perspectives on what drives trafficking here in the U.S.

Click here to watch a preview of the film.

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