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Sin by Silence Screening
Wednesday, October 17, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (CDT)
San Antonio, TX
Come experience an exclusive partnership event held during the heart of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month!
Who: The Little Black Dress Society & Sin by Silence
What: Sin by Silence film screening w/ exclusive meet & greet
When: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Where: Santiko's Palladium IMAX Theater, San Antonio, TX
Local nonprofit The Little Black Dress Society (LBD Society) CEO & Founder, Amanda Graybill, personally requests your attendance to screening feature of the award-winning film, “Sin by Silence” - A Documentary about Domestic Violence, with special Guest Speaker/Survivor and featured story in film, Brenda Clubine. Evening also includes book-signing of The Little Black Dress by author, Amanda Graybill, LBD Society CEO/Founder, and autographed DVD of "Sin By Silence" film by Brenda Clubine, both available for purchase at this fundraising event.
Ticket price to attend are $20/each and space is limited: Click to purchase & reserve seats!
*All proceeds benefit The Little Black Dress Society 501(c)3 nonprofit organization*
More about Brenda Clubine
On October 22, 2008 Brenda Clubine was released from prison after serving 26 years for defending herself against her abusive husband. October 2012 marks Brenda's fourth anniversary from being released will spend this year's celebration sharing her this time and story in San Antonio, TX. For more on Brenda visit www.brendaclubine.com
Don't miss out on this exclusive benefit engagement!
View Video Below: Dr. Drew discusses Sin by Silence bill with Brenda
When & Where
Little Black Dress Society Foundation
The Little Black Dress Society is a service organization committed to Educating, Empowering, Engaging, and Embracing women of all walks of life in an effort to end the abuse of women and girls.
Through the power of the Little Black Dress, we inspire women to Love, Believe, and Dream.
We wear our LBDs at our events to bring awareness to our cause. The Little Black Dress Society Foundation was created to be the hands and feet of the organization. 1 in 3 women around the world has been beaten, coersed into sex, or otherwise abused during her lifetime (according to the National Domestic Violence Hotline). Funds raised through our Foundation will help make an impact in women's lives touched by abuse.
Changing the pattern of abuse one woman at at time...because Abuse is NEVER in Fashion!
Visit www.lbdsociety.com for more information about LBD Society.