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SHE Rocks Inc. is an organization that builds, empowers, educates, and stands as a pillar to kindle strength for people of all ages through beauty. Our initiative is to enable and develop healthy social, mental, physical, and educational growth nationwide. Whereby, the multidimensional platform will transform and empower not only women but men and children as well.
SHE Rocks Inc. stands as an advocate to promote gender equality and inclusion. We are committed to work with marginalized communities to improve lives, develop vision for change, and create a new standard for all.
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Cynthia Onyedinmanasu Chinasaokwu Erivo born 8 January 1987 is a British actress, singer, and songwriter. Erivo was born to Nigerian parents in Stockwell, South London. Her mother is a nurse. She attended La Retraite Roman Catholic Girls' School. Erivo began a music psychology degree at the University of East London; however, a year into her degree, she applied to, and subsequently trained at, the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
She is known for her performance as Celie in the Broadway revival of The Color Purple, for which she won the 2016 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical and was one of nine recipients of the 2017 Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album. Erivo's film roles include the 2018 heist film Widows, the 2018 thriller Bad Times at the El Royale, and the 2019 biopic Harriet, in which she portrayed abolitionist Harriet Tubman.
It was just last year that the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art alum made her big-screen debut in Bad Times at the El Royale and had a breakout role in Widows. Now she braces for the world to see her as a leading lady in a part that would be significant even for a more seasoned actress. As the activist, Erivo dons a cowboy hat and carries a gun as, beginning in 1850, she leads hundreds of slaves on foot through dangerous terrain from Maryland to Pennsylvania.
Erivo recognizes Tubman’s desire for freedom by any means necessary is particularly resonant today, with Black women especially fighting to protect basic rights like reproductive choice and a living wage. “We’re in a dangerous place right now when people who have nothing to do with us are making decisions about our lives and our bodies,” she says. “We’re watching changes that were made for our freedom getting rolled back. Having done this movie, I feel more impassioned than ever about making sure that we as women are able to preserve our rights.”
Operation GLOW was created to assist a special set of women in rediscovering their GLOW!
Every month SheRocksInc will donate 100% of their services to one special woman who can not afford the luxury of today's beauty/ cosmetic rates.
If you know of any women who fit this description, contact us with their story. All names submitted must be received before the last day off the month to participate. We will announce the winner on the first of every month.
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