- To date over 500,000 people have seen the award-winning documentary on DirecTV's Audience Network. HONOR DIARIES has been screened publicly in over 100 locations including nearly 50 college campuses.
- The film has screened at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, at the UN Committee on the Status of Women in New York, in London's House of Commons, the Los Angeles Museum of Tolerance, and at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. A Chicago screening was co-hosted by the YWCA and the Anti-Defamation League.
- The film has been an official selection in over half a dozen film festivals including the prestigious Chicago International Film Festival, and won the Best Documentary award in the interfaith category at the St. Louis International Film Festival.
- Some Muslim groups have argued that the film should not focus on abuses taking place in Islamic societies, when violence against women is a global problem. Yet, according to the World Economic Forum, 9 out of 10 countries with the worst women's rights records are Muslim-majority nations.
- More facts can be found on our website:http://www.honordiaries.com/resources/
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