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admin • May 10, 2008 • Charity

Cameron Diaz will be joining fellow actresses Meg Ryan and Goldie Hawn in Los Angeles on Saturday (tonight) to take part in Pangea Day, a film festival intended to promote unity and tolerance by shedding light on different cultures and the issues endemic to particular spots around the globe.

“We all share the same planet and we only have one of ’em, and the more that we know about each other and the more that we tell each other about ourselves, the more liknesses we see that we have,” Diaz says in a PSA promoting the event. “Storytelling is age-old, something we’ve done since the beginning of man—it’s how we relate to each other…Because we are a global tribe, that storytelling must expand to be inclusive to everyone.”

Watch the film festival live at PangeaDay.org, and see the public service announcement from Cameron on YouTube!

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