International Women's Day, March 8th, is a great reason to reflect on the role and importance of women in the society in which we operate. The year 2020 was marked by articles, news of femicide in Brazil and in the world. In the midst of a pandemic that has dragged on to this day, the disease that kills the most is not just the coronavirus. Man is also the cause of much destruction, pain, wounds that do not heal.
It's not enough to give flowers on Women's Day, pamper her on her wedding anniversary, while mistreating her on other days. It is painful to turn on the radio and TV and realize that the woman is the target of harassment, murder and most of the time the 'comrade' does not accept a “NO”. A woman is a public figure, but her body is not.
For this reason, and many other reasons, we made a selection in the most diverse styles and with the most inspiring stories, to show the importance of each one in the search for more equality between men and women. Check out.
1. Jodie Foster
jodie began her artistic life with television advertisements for Coppertone at the age of three and, as a child, played various roles in Disney television series and children's films. The big moment in her career, however, would come in 1991, when she won her second Oscar as FBI agent Clarice Starling in the hit The Silence of the Lambs, in which he starred with Anthony Hopkins, which would also win the Oscar for best actor (the film also took the award for best film and best director). In recent years, Jodie Foster has increasingly interspersed work as an actress with that of a producer – which she debuted in Nell, 1994 – and allowed him to found his own film production company in Los Angeles, the Egg Pictures.