Sylvia Global talks with Jodie Evans, co-founder of CODEPINK, about the power of our voice and our responsibility to speak up on behalf of others who are loosing hope because they have no voice.
When the Bush Administration invoked the second highest national security alert level to Code Orange, Jodie Evan and co-founders, launched CODEPINK.
Representing several million women around the globe, including Afghanstan and Iraq, CODEPINK is a women-initated grassroots peace and social justice movement working toward life-affirming activies to redirect national resources into health care, education, green jobs and to do it by ending U.S. funded wars and occupations.
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