On February 17th & February 18th, at 2 pm the powerful anti-domestic violence music video I REMEMBER NICOLE: A Global Anthem Reclaiming Power Over Domestic Violence will be screening before the play production of The Vagina Monologues presented by Hollywood Chapter of The National Organization for Women at the West Hollywood City Council Chambers.
I REMEMBER NICOLE empowers victims of domestic violence to remove themselves from the cycle of abuse and inspires them to reach out for help. Much like the #MeToo movement which has created awareness of women victimized by sexual violence, I REMEMBER NICOLE gives hope for survivors worldwide that their voices can and will be heard. It is a call for all women to unify and empower everyone to stand against domestic violence.
Renee Sotile & Mary Jo Godges are the filmmakers and are also activist citizens of West Hollywood. They spearheaded this song project that they co-wrote with another couple, Pat & Pete Luboff. A powerhouse ballad delivers a powerful message. American Idol, Hollie Cavanagh and Melodye Perry bring a resonating voice to the voiceless. Raising awareness while raising the roof!
“There are no words to express what I am feeling right now. It is amazing how Nicole touches lives and she’s never forgotten! To me, she was my sister. But, too many, she saved their lives. I would love to help you support this video.
This is absolutely beautiful, breathtaking and absolutely mind-blowing! Thank you so much for loving my sister. There are absolutely no words to express what I’m feeling. And, I mean that in a good positive loving way. Huge Hugs,” Tanya Brown
Please come and support this great cause.
Here is the link to the music video on YouTube: