Friday, July 26th the UNA-USA proudly

presents “Femme: Women Healing the World, a feature length

documentary that shares how the most important and influential women,

as well as the unsung, heroic women around the world are transforming

and healing our planet from the more than 50 countries visited. Meet

them where they are making a difference, through religion,

spirituality, science, history, politics, philosophy and

entertainment. It’s an invitation to elevate our thinking and change

our code of behavior with each other. How our energies both male and

female are complementary and how we can balance these energies with a

sense of spirituality.”

DATE: Friday July 26, 2013 TIME: 7:00pm, Doors open at 6:00 FREE parking

LOCATION: Fellowship Hall of First Congregational Church 2101 State Street

TICKETS: Students $5 and General Admission $5 sold at the door

“One conversation at a time, explores the relationship that these

leading women have with their own personal vision for healing the

world. They share intimately, how they deal with the fact that they

are women and face the adversities and limitations that have been

imposed upon them by a male dominated society. In Femme, we explore

what our responsibilities to our world are and how we can express them

in our daily lives. This is our challenge as human beings as we hear

in the interviews with Sharon Stone, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Riane Eisler,

Gloria Steinem, local women Marilyn Tam, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Nobel

Peace Prize Laureates and many more. We want to help this planet and

all of it people experience their true potential through allowing

women to express and realize their natural birthright.”

A woman’s mission is not to enhance the masculine spirit, but rather

to express the feminine spirit; hers is not to preserve the man-made

world, but to create a more human world by the infusion of the

feminine element….. Margaret Thatcher 1925-2013


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