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Happy Women's Day- check out today's amazing live performances using Google Hangouts.
 
Live performances and round-table discussion. Amazing women and their arts. Music, poetry, dance, performance. Join us for this moderated discussion on March 8th, 2013 3pm pacific ~ 8pm eastern. Running time 90 mins.
What's Your Peace? International Women's Day 2013
Fri, March 8, 2013, 8:00 PM
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Nicole Douglas, an ex US Marine who is now a peace campaigner has many good reasons for becoming a conscientious objector. She is now a member of September 11 Families for Peaceful Tomorrows. All the members of this group tragically lost a relative in that horrific event. She has now created a peace petition which can be signed over a safe https network at this link . https://www.change.org/en-CA/petitions/illinois-state-house-september-11-families-for-a-peaceful-tomorrow-put-an-end-to-warfare
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Live performances and round-table discussion. Amazing women and their arts. Music, poetry, dance, performance. Join us for this moderated discussion on March 8th, 2013 3pm pacific ~ 8pm eastern. Running time 90 mins.
What's Your Peace? International Women's Day 2013
Fri, March 8, 2013, 8:00 PM
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Hi guy's, my name is David Paul Reeves, I wrote sang and composed a record "Peace on Earth" I put it face book, Twitter, you tube. It was on there for a 6 month's and then it was band. Politics lol. I have seen Jesus our Lord in a Vision back in 1993. I was born 1963 8th of March.
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The award winning documentary- !Women Art Revolution features interviews with visionary artists, historians, curators and critics who shaped the beliefs and values of the Feminist Art Movement and reveal previously undocumented strategies used to politicize female artists and integrate women into art structures. Join us on the International Women's Day Broadcast.
Film Screening: Women Art Movement
Fri, March 8, 2013, 9:30 PM
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Peace One Day concert streaming live from the UK. Elton John soon.
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Happy Women's Day!! Join us right now for amazing video content and live events to Celebrate, Educate, Motivate!
We have begun the first International Women's Day Broadcast and are very excited by what we have put together. Come take a look at the website at http://www.peaceday.tv
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We are excited about this special Google Hangout for the first International Women's Day Broadcast. Join us, and pose some questions for the esteemed panel on the chat. Please share, if you enjoy it we'll make more!
 
As part of the first International Women’s Day Broadcast on March 8th, 2013, PeaceDay.tv presents the round-table discussion: Women in Media: Our Voice, Our Vision. Join us for this special program and launch of a series of interactive public discussions.

For over a decade women have outnumbered men by two or three to one among journalism and mass communication graduates. Despite this large qualified female workforce, media institutions are still largely dominated by men.
In the U.S., women hold less than a fourth of top-level jobs in the media industry; in Hollywood, only 15 percent of working writers on primetime programs are women, and only 5 percent are directors. Women make up only 10 to 20 percent of contributors to high-profile opinion forums, like op-ed pages.

These low numbers translate to less diversity of perspective and experience. But as women achieve equal representation, we hope to see more honest, inspiring, and sensitive depictions of women’s lives.

Media influence is one of the most powerful economic and cultural forces today. By deciding who gets to talk, what shapes the debate, who writes, and what is important enough to report, media shape our understanding of who we are and what we can be.

Media images can confirm or change stereotypes. From the explosion of “princess culture” among little girls, to ongoing debates over size-ism in Hollywood and fashion, to news outlets that Photoshop women out of media entirely—it is important to bring a discerning eye to the ways girls and women are portrayed and perceived. Consider that hypersexualization in media, which is steadily on the rise, is linked with eating disorders, low self-esteem, and depression, three of the most common mental-health problems affecting women.

Can the public's consumptive media preferences be brought into balance?
What stories can be told to portray gender roles in ways that result in equality and respect?

Join us for a discussion of women in media, celebrate where we've come, and help guide the way for where we are going.
Women in Media: Our Voices, Our Vision
Fri, March 8, 2013, 6:00 PM
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As part of the first International Women’s Day Broadcast on March 8th, 2013, PeaceDay.tv presents the round-table discussion: Women in Media: Our Voice, Our Vision. Join us for this special program and launch of a series of interactive public discussions.

For over a decade women have outnumbered men by two or three to one among journalism and mass communication graduates. Despite this large qualified female workforce, media institutions are still largely dominated by men.
In the U.S., women hold less than a fourth of top-level jobs in the media industry; in Hollywood, only 15 percent of working writers on primetime programs are women, and only 5 percent are directors. Women make up only 10 to 20 percent of contributors to high-profile opinion forums, like op-ed pages.

These low numbers translate to less diversity of perspective and experience. But as women achieve equal representation, we hope to see more honest, inspiring, and sensitive depictions of women’s lives.

Media influence is one of the most powerful economic and cultural forces today. By deciding who gets to talk, what shapes the debate, who writes, and what is important enough to report, media shape our understanding of who we are and what we can be.

Media images can confirm or change stereotypes. From the explosion of “princess culture” among little girls, to ongoing debates over size-ism in Hollywood and fashion, to news outlets that Photoshop women out of media entirely—it is important to bring a discerning eye to the ways girls and women are portrayed and perceived. Consider that hypersexualization in media, which is steadily on the rise, is linked with eating disorders, low self-esteem, and depression, three of the most common mental-health problems affecting women.

Can the public's consumptive media preferences be brought into balance?
What stories can be told to portray gender roles in ways that result in equality and respect?

Join us for a discussion of women in media, celebrate where we've come, and help guide the way for where we are going.
Women in Media: Our Voices, Our Vision
Fri, March 8, 2013, 6:00 PM
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Adding so much great content for this first International Women's Day Broadcast. Watch us the first week of March, and tune in on March 8th for special events.
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Broadcasting "Peace in the Military" from the U.S. Department of Peace in Washington D.C. right now.
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Our yearly broadcast begins shortly. Join us at http://peaceday.tv
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