The Duchess of Sussex visits Indiana to discuss women’s empowerment

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The Duchess of Sussex is advocating for women’s empowerment through her platform.

The Women’s Fund of Central Indiana is a nonprofit organization that uses community leadership and financing to help bringing about significant social change for women. Yesterday, the Duchess of Sussex participated in a moderated conversation at a sold-out event for the organization. Meghan spoke on stage on the value of empowering young girls alongside Rabbi Sandy Sasso, a religious figure and writer of children’s books.

The duchess looked chic for the event in an emerald green Giorgio Armani midi dress with a keyhole cutout and a twisted collar. She accessorized the garment with violet suede Manolo Blahnik shoes, a Logan Hollowell necklace with emerald gold stones, a Tabayer gold ring, and stud earrings.

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“Women’s Fund of Central Indiana believes in the force of women’s voices, women’s experiences and women’s work,” the organization’s advisory board chair, Tavonna Harris Askew, said, according to Indianapolis Recorder. “We know that Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex does, too. We are honored that she will join us on this special evening to celebrate our common cause—the power of women.”

Women’s Fund posted a statement on their website before to the occasion that said, “Women’s Fund is proud to welcome Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, to Indianapolis. The Duchess is a mother, feminist and champion of human rights. She is a lifelong advocate for women and girls, a constant thread she weaves through humanitarian and business ventures.”

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