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WASHINGTON: Lifetime Television helps to launch a new campaign to stop violence against women. (From l.) Jane Fonda, actress and activist; Eve Ensler, playwright and creator of the V-Day movement; U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill.; Carole Black, president-CEO, Lifetime Entertainment Services; and Suze Orman, author of "The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom."

PASADENA, CALIF.: Gary Martin (l.), president of Procter & Gamble Co.'s tissue/towel business, presents Dick Wilson (aka Mr. Whipple), with a memento for over 36 years of service to the Charmin brand.

NEW YORK: "Best of Show" Grand Awards presented at the New York Festivals 2000 International TV & Cinema Advertising Awards. (From l.) Jared Shapiro, Midwest sales, and Thomas J. Mooney, managing director, Headquarters, New York; Charles S. Stone III, actor-director, accepting for Omnicom Group's DDB, Chicago; Frederico Pepe, art director, and Stefano Campora, associate creative director, Interpublic Group of Cos.' McCann-Erickson, Milan; and Gerald Goldberg, New York Festivals president.

NEW YORK: Men's Health kicks off Fashion Week at Lotus. (From l.) Paul Turcotte, VP-publisher, Men's Health; Sean Kenniff, "Survivor I" cast member; Lisa Hawkins, director of marketing, Aramis; Tom Bair, associate publisher, Men's Health.

WASHINGTON: AOL Time Warner's Sports Illustrated for Women hold the National Girls and Women in Sports Day with P&G's Era. (From l.) Ann Duffy, VP-General Manager, Sports Illustrated for Women; Billie Jean King, tennis star and founder of the Women's Sports Foundation; Jeff Hacias, brand manager, Era; Julie Foudy, co-captain 1999 Women's World Cup soccer team and president of the Women's Sports Foundation; and Erin Lilley, assistant brand manager, Era.

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