The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab supports EWI’s entrepreneurial efforts

9 Jun

Originally Posted on November 14th, 2009

Nov 18, 2009 – The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory will host an EWI multicultural women’s art market. During the event, EWI will present a unique selection of jewelry, holiday art gifts, hand-painted silk scarves, jewelry boxes, note-cards and more. All works are handcrafted-locally by immigrant and refugee women artists and artisans, supported and trained as artist entrepreneurs by Empowered Women International (EWI).

The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory partnered with EWI to feature immigrant women’s artworks, tell their stories and raise support for the organization’s transformational empowerment program for new American women and their families.

Thank you to Mistra Moazami and all our supporters, friends and volunteers who made partnership possible.

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