No Eyeliner, No Lipstick, Do You Recognize Them Hartford?

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reveal1reveal12reveal14reveal17 “Revealed: Imagines of Women Leaders Who  Bared to Make Change” exhibit opened Thursday night at the Charter Oak Cultural Center. Aimed at empowering woman to see themselves as they are and embrace their talent rather than body image, the exhibit is part of “Girlcott,” a movement of women willing to go make-up free during the month of March. Participants are asked to donate the money they would have spent on cosmetics to organizations that benefit women and girls in Connecticut and around the world, instead.

Do you know who you are looking at Hartford? Very powerful women.












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