The International Human Rights Art Festival hosts an evening of music and dance to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This all-female evening highlights issues of concern to women, honoring the legacy of Eleanor Roosevelt, chair of the drafting committee.
The evening features:
Rachael Sage: Rachael is a soulful and innovative NYC-based folk-pop singer-songwriter and four-time Independent Music Award winner.
Dancing Georgina Project: performing Deconstructing Venus: A Moving Female Portrait.
Marni Rice: In Search of the Past: Memories of a NY Farm Girl from the 1920's.
Xiomara Evans: The performance combines beautiful dance, theater, and live music to convey a powerful message: "If the drum is a woman, do not abuse your drum."
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is the most translated document in the world, available in more than 500 languages.