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Mandy Moore to discuss inspirational women in live Dove Facebook event on Tuesday

TORONTO - Actress-singer Mandy Moore is scheduled to be in Toronto on Tuesday for Dove's first-ever live-streamed event, "Women Who Should be Famous."

The hour-long discussion will be broadcast nationally on Dove's Facebook page, starting at 7 p.m. Eastern Time.

Moore will discuss the stories of four inspirational women in the fields of science, leadership, environmentalism and the arts.

Dove Canada is encouraging moms and mentors to register and participate in the free event along with "an important girl in their life."

The company says the goal is to introduce strong, positive "real women" role models for young girls.


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