Y no se trata de libros de Harry Potter, sino de ‘Mom & Me & Mom’, una autobiografía de la autora estadounidense Maya Angelou, con la que busca promover el feminismo, informó PlayGround.
Emma es embajadora de ONU Mujeres y se ha visto fuertemente dedicada con la búsqueda de la igualdad de género y el empoderamiento de la mujer. Cuando se trata de crear conciencia, la británica sabe que debe hacerlo con originalidad, por eso tomó esta divertida medida.
Para rematar, Emma dejó algunos libros firmados, ¡qué suerte el que haya encontrado uno!
La idea es que las personas los lean y los regresen al sistema para que alguien más también pueda disfrutarlos.
Recientemente la actriz viajó a Malawi, donde tuvo la oportunidad de conocer las historias de varias mujeres jóvenes del país africano, para luchar en contra el matrimonio infantil. Allí, lució unas sandalias hechas en Perú, bajo el concepto de comercio justo.
I had the most amazing day in Malawi today. Thank you President Mutharika for being a #HeForShe Impact Champion and for making gender equality a priority in your Government! Thank you to all the traditional leaders who are implementing President Mutharika's policies – especially Chief Kachindamoto (she’s in the photo with me, she’s formidable and has been nicknamed “The Terminator”!). She gave me such a warm welcome today. She has implemented the annulment of so many child marriages and restored the futures of these girls. With the help and collaboration of her local chiefs, mothers’ groups and religious leaders she has managed to annul almost 1500 child marriages, sending the girls back to school. President Mutharika has committed to make child marriage a thing of the past in Malawi within the next five years. It was amazing to be on the ground with @UNWomen and Chief Kachindamoto to witness their work! My @tomenyc white shirt is made from organic cotton and is part of their 'White Shirt Project’ campaign. The project was conceived in 2014 to raise funds and awareness for the Freedom for All charity, which is fighting human trafficking and modern day slavery. The silk skirt is by @zady. Zady partnered with @cocccon_prakesh, founded in 2012 by Chandra Prakash Jha, a fashion designer who wanted to help his community through fairer wages and a safer, more sustainable process. Instead of using toxic pesticides on the plants that the silkworm caterpillars eat, the farmers protect the trees by covering them with mosquito nets to protect the leaves from harmful birds and insects. Then the silk is brought to New York where expert sewers in New York’s famed Garment District create each piece. Sandals by @nisoloshoes. The sandals were made by a team of expert shoemakers in Trujillo, Peru in a factory owned and operated by Nisolo that celebrates fair trade wages, safe working conditions, healthcare for all employees, and financial literacy & wellness training. All fashion info verified by @ecoage