International Women's Day -Women, Life, Freedom
ICWIN in collaboration w/ WIN &Women’s March Foundation will hold a seminar, talk & performance in celebration of International Women’s Day. This
This year WIN/ ICWIN will hold their annual International Women Day event on Saturday March 4th in Long Beach California. This event will include speakers, panel, and performances by local artists. This event will be conducted in collaboration with the Women March Foundation and in English.
Born and raised in New York City, Gina Belafonte has spent her life in the arenas of entertainment and activism, where her professional work thrives today. As the youngest child of Julie and Harry Belafonte, whose impact in these fields is among the most influential and progressive in the world, Gina’s passions come as no surprise. Gina was the lead producer on the internationally acclaimed documentary film SING YOUR SONG, exploring the extraordinary life and legacy of Harry Belafonte, which was selected as the opening film for the Sundance Film Festival in 2011.
After dedicating over a decade to addressing gang intervention and incarceration, Gina traveled around the world with her father to bring together two inspiring generations of art and activism with the critically acclaimed HBO film SING YOUR SONG.
Today, Gina lives in LA and New York and is working with diverse artists, activists, and organizations worldwide to promote cultural and civic engagement in the 21st century. Driven by her passion for the arts and activism, Gina reflects: “After we finished Sing Your Song, I knew then as long as my dad had an idea, I would do whatever I could to help bring those ideas to fruition, continue the best of my elders’ traditions, and preserve our family’s legacy.”
(Saturday) 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
5450 E Atherton St
5450 East Atherton Street, Long Beach, CA 90815