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AMWA members we invite you to view a three part PBS special, “A Path Appears” airing on PBS and online until February 14

Chicago AMWA is proud to have Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn at the 100th Anniversary Meeting of AMWA in Chicago
Learn more about the meeting and how to register at

A Path Appears, from the creative team behind the series Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide, follows Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn and a group of dedicated actor/advocates to Colombia, Haiti, Kenya, and throughout the United States. They uncover the harshest forms of gender inequality, the devastating impact of poverty and the ripple effects that follow: including sex trafficking, teen-pregnancy, gender-based violence, child slavery and the effective solutions being forged to combat them.

The three-part series will take viewers on a journey across the country, and across the globe, to drive home the universality of gender inequality and the roots of vulnerability. The series, produced by Show of Force, will lead audiences to a deeper understanding of these critical issues and the proven methods of bringing about change.

Episode One: Sex Trafficking in the USA
(can be viewed on the PBS website, click on the link below)
The first episode introduces survivors of sex trafficking in Nashville, Boston, and Chicago, and illuminates the widespread existence of crimes happening in our own backyards.

Episode Two: Breaking the Cycle of Poverty
(can be viewed on the PBS website, click on link below)
Travel from West Virginia to Haiti and Colombia for stories of children and women breaking free from a life of poverty and abuse.

Episode Three: Violence and Solutions
Premieres Monday, February 9, at 9 p.m. central time on PBS, Channel 11
Explore the work of organizations combating domestic violence in the U.S., and one providing a Kenyan slum’s most at-risk young girls with a path to opportunity.

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