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V!VA: "The Headless Women of Hollywood" project

On today's episode, we look back at some of the most attention grabbing events and initiatives that celebrate Women and our contributions to the world in recognition of the International Women's Day. The New York Times launched the Overlooked series to celebrate remarkable women who deserved to be on their obituaries but didn't since the publication started its obituaries section in 1851. Meanwhile, The Headless Women of Hollywood: a movie poster project that shines a light on Hollywood?s continued and blatant sexism takes over the internet this month. The project catalogues all the heinous posters from across the TV, film and advertising industries that include women?s headless anatomy as their main selling point. Also on VIVA, the death of Sudan, the world's last 'eligible bachelor'.