2017 Rhythm for equality

Rhythm for Equality

Cocktails and Conversation with Women for Women International

On Monday, December 4, 2017, Women for Women International hosted Rhythm for Equality, an evening of music, dance, and conversation. Featuring Drum Café Entertainment, a team of world-class musicians led guests through an unparalleled, interactive musical experience. Guests also heard from Joy Rwamwenge, Executive Director of the Women’s Opportunity Center (WOC) in Kigali, Rwanda and Laurie Adams, CEO of Women for Women International. The discussion was a powerful reminder of the impact that music and dance can have on community building and women’s empowerment and the how we can all support the equality of women in conflict-affected countries.  
Here’s a closer look at the women who learn valuable skills at the WOC to better their lives, their families, and their communities:
 

WOC video: 

2017 Rhythm for equality sadhvi and capital one
2017 Rhythm for equality joy and laurie
2017 Rhythm for equality sadhvi
2017 Rhythm for equality Q&A
2017 Rhythm for equality laurie drumming
2017 Rhythm for equality laurie and joy
2017 Rhythm for equality drumming group
2017 Rhythm for equality joy
2017 Rhythm for equality Jan
US - women drumming

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Afghan woman looking into the camera

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