International Women’s Day 2022

Women’s Federation for World Peace Wales/UK, partner of Family Federation for World Peace and Unification

A number of ladies and several men gathered on 8 March 2022 to celebrate Women’s Intl. Day, a very successful afternoon. First to speak was the lady in charge of the Community Centre that hosted us. Secondly, Mrs. Sujatha Thaladi who spoke about TMR who is the Chief Executive Officer for the Charity. Mrs. Ruby Flavell spoke about WFWP and about the history of Int’l Women’s. Day. A few women got inspired to talk about their charities. One lady brought here ship that she made resembling the ship that brought African people to Britain in the 1930’s. It was about 4 ft long and took two people to carry it in the hall.
Another lady sang an Indian song.
I sang “Last Night I Had The Strangest Dream” and read one of my poems, called More Than A Dream” Then we all enjoyed a beautiful buffet meal. Food brought by everyone which was very cultural.
A few women showed much interest in WFWP and said they wanted to join
It was a very sociable and uplifting afternoon!
Reported by
Ruby Flavell


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