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Topic - Helene Gayle
Asked why she is contributing millions of dollars to an effort to "empower" impoverished women in the Third World when there are women with unmet needs nearer her Virginia estate, billionaire entrepreneur Sheila C. Johnson shot back, "Oh, but I have done a lot around here."
Mrs. Johnson and Dr. Helene Gayle announced the beginning of the international "I Am Powerful" challenge to enlist the support of American women in CARE"s campaign at a luncheon at the National Press Club last Tuesday.
"It affects our economy, our peace and our stability when other economies fall," Dr. Gayle said.