Saturday, June 25, 2005

Ignorance is the enemy

Heads Up!

I'm sitting here watching a C-SPAN rebroadcast of Ashley Judd speak at the National Press Club in DC about the YouthAIDS efforts and her experiences as the Global Ambassador.  Ashley addressed the NPC last Wednesday, June 22.

For those of you who followed her journal 'A Journey of Hope' earlier this year, you may recall she mentioned a documentary about her...and India.Arie's...journey in Africa being filmed by VH1.  VH1 will air the documentary on either August 21 or August 23 (or both?).  Hard to tell which date, as Ashley mentioned both dates in such a way that at first I thought the first date was a mistake and second date is correct.  I checked the YouthAIDS website but the only mention of the documentary was the private screening held on June 23.  Right now, the VH1 website has nothing on the broadcast schedule for the month of August.

Just thought you might like to know.

And in case you were wondering I generally do not watch C-SPAN, but I was channel surfing and when I saw Ashley, naturally I put the remote down.  :)  Earlier today I purchased her movie 'De-Lovely' and plan to watch it later tonight.


karebear4x4 said...

Thanks for the heads up    i'll mark my calendar:-)kbear

emfeasel said...

Isn't she something?....I do like her...Elizabeth

stupidsheetguy said...

OK, so we can confirm that at least TWO people were watching C-SPAN today. I surfed past it, and went back. I read that journal, commented too late for her to see it, but I think the world of Ms Judd. A DECENT celebrity! (as applies to her morals. She is an EXTRAORDINARY talent!)


gwatcdr said...

Cool I was wondering about that.  I found her journal some time ago and she has not written in a while.  Thank you Nicki

gabreaelinfo said...

Thanks I will check out the links. I posted on censorship today. Have a great week!


st0rmwhispers said...

Its great to see a celebrity who does so much good when so many others offer us only selfishness or worse.

Ashley Judd is a jewel among rocks.