Last Thursday, award-winning actor and producer Salma Hayek spoke to host Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani on HuffPost Live. Hayek discussed her new animated film The Prophet and why movie studios “don’t want” her.
Hayek explained that it has always been the case that studios don’t want her. Because of her multi-ethnic background, studios don’t know what to do with her. “They go by stereotypes,” she said, “and sometimes it’s hard to put me in a box. Read More
I just want everyone to exhale very loudly before discussing this topic.
On Monday, Salma Hayek was honored as a woman’s rights advocate at Equality Now’s Make Equality Reality event. Hayek also is the co-founder, alongside Beyoncé and Frida Giannini, of Chime for Change. This is a global campaign to convene, unite and strengthen the voices speaking out for girls and women around the world.
But don’t call her a feminist!
Hayek said, “I am not a feminist. Read More
If anyone is going to bring fierceness to fundraising, it’s Beyoncé. This weekend, she took the stage with other pop stars and celebrities at Sound for Change Live at the Twickenhem Stadium in London. The massive concert event was set up to raise money for Chime for Change, an organization started by her, Salma Hayek and Frida Gianini (of Gucci fame.) Chime for Change’s mission statement is to help combat serious issues and crimes against women and get them the “education, health and justice” they deserve. Read More
Beyoncé Knowles, Salma Hayek, and Gucci Creative Director Frida Giannini are taking over the world with their new global campaign Chime For Change, tackling female empowerment and telling the world that women are a force to be reckoned with.
Launched at the TEDxWomen luncheon in California yesterday, the organization focuses on three factors of female empowerment: education, health, and justice. Read More