Wednesday, January 5, 2011

A Word From Annie

When I started blogging nearly one year ago, I vowed I would not use my blog (or art) to promote any political agenda or spew mine or others' opinions regarding anything political or social. That said, I'd love for you to watch this video that my daughter sent me. You'll see Annie Lennox (my fave female musician/artist) talk about SING, her HIV/AIDS activism, and generally empowering women. This, female empowering, is the reason for my decision to post the video.  With that, here is Annie Lennox:



You've probably noticed I haven't posted any Wednesday Wonderisms today.  Forgive me.  I have no excuses. 

Please don't forget to check out the January dresses that are posted HERE

Toodles!

Angela


Annie Lennox: Why I am an HIV/AIDS activist Video on TED.com

7 comments:

Heather said...

really gives you something to think about, doesn't it? hard to put in words.

Asas à imaginação said...

Angela,senti muito não entender toda a fala da cantora...mas,entendi o recado,a essência!
Obrigada por partilhar conosco algo tão importante!
Hugs
Marlei
PS-Desculpe não escrever em inglês,era difícil para mim.Meu inglês é muito ruim.

Frosted Petunias said...

Thank you for sharing this Angela. That was a powerful and touching speech. Annie is so inspiring. I was lucky enough to see her in concert years ago...The dresses are all so beautiful. I am working on mine and hope to have it up soon!

Anna

Alex said...

I never would have thought of you as an HIV/AIDS activism supporter, but I'm glad you found the video inspiring. Love you.

antmee said...

To be honest I only chose to watch the video because I admire Annie Lennox. The aids problem in Africa I had put in the too hard basket.

But after watching this video I feel there is hope for Africa and it's people in the fight against the seemingly unending epidemic of aids. Thanks for sharing and I wish the SING project all the best.

Amy P said...

I think it's a cause worth spewing :) I'm off to check out the dresses...

Dezinaworld said...

Aww thanks for sharing and yes its very powerful.
Also thanks so much for your lovely words on my blog too.
hugs June x