You might have heard of the best-selling book "Half the Sky."
This Thursday, the humanitarian organization, CARE, is bringing it to life at theaters across the nation in honor of International Women's Day.
The event will feature a new song by Grammy-award winning artist India Arie.
Here's Fredricka Whitfield's interview with her today that includes a clip of the new song.
For more information on the event, click here.
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6am ET/ 3am PT.
The Chilean government is expected to update the number of casualties from Saturday's massive pre-dawn earthquake this morning. Preliminary estimates put the number of dead at more than 300.
The 8.8-magnitude quake spawned tsunami waves that raced across the Pacific Ocean, but official fears of destruction went unrealized.
Josh Levs hits the internet to see how social media played a critical role during the Hawaii tsumami scare and how it's helping Chileans find missing friends and family.
Folks in the U.S. northeast are digging out from a third round of winter weather to hit in a month. Meteorologist Bonnie Schneider's in for Reynolds Wolf and is following that for us.
Betty Nguyen sits down for a one-on-one, two-part interview with Tibetan Spiritual Leader the Dalai Lama. That's coming up in our 6 o'clock hour. UPDATE: We've pushed this special interview to air next weekend.
Join Betty and Josh, with Rob Marciano sitting in for TJ Holmes on this CNN Sunday Morning, beginning 6am ET/ 3am PT.
We are following breaking news. Central Chile has been rocked by an 8.8 magnitude earthquake. We're told there have been six deaths, but that number is expected to increase as we learn more information. If you know someone in Chile or if you are looking for a loved one please share that with us on our blog. Our CNN crews are on top of this breaking news and we will bring you the latest information as we get it into our newsroom. Watch CNN Saturday Morning starting at 6am ET/3am PT.
Zach Hodskins was born with one arm, but his condition has not stopped him achieving his hoop dreams. He can knock the lights outta the net– he can pass, he rebounds like a fiend– Zach does it all. You barely even notice that he does it all– with one hand. That's what makes this star and inspiration too.
Millions of people around the world are his followers.
He’s been called one of the world’s most influential leaders. The Dalai Lama calls himself “A simple Buddhist monk.”
But there’s a lot more to him than that.
Our Betty Nguyen sat down with his Holiness this week and asked him about how to live a meaningful life, who his influences are, and what the future may bring.
His answers were surprising - and candid:
See the rest of Betty’s interview this weekend!
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