MARINA’S HOUSE (2010)
NEWSPAPER: O GLOBO (July 22, 2010)
In New York, Marina Broadens Her Speech by Fernanda Godoy
"After the meeting, the candidate went to Brooklyn, where she opened the first Marina's House (home based campaign headquarters) at the residence of filmmaker Ivy Goulart. New York is the biggest electoral college out of Brazil, with 21,076 voters (...)."
G1 - ELECTIONS 2010 (July 21, 2010)
Marina Launches Household Committee in NY and Supports 'Highlighting the Voters'
by Cristina Índio do Brasil
"The committee will be set up in the house of documentary director Ivy Goulart, who told the senator that he identifies with her. 'I follow your work and what seems like a cliché or fashionable, to have an environmental consciousness, in fact, it’s not a cliché nor fashionable. This should be part of the people's culture and attitude (...)', he said, addressing the candidate."
O ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO - POLITICS (July 21, 2010)
In NY, Marina Defends Greater Partnership between Brazil and the US by Luciana Xavier
"(...) the candidate opens the first Marina's House abroad, at the residence of actor and filmmaker Ivy Goulart, in Brooklyn."
BLOGS AND COLUMNISTS (July 21, 2010)
Marina Silva Goes to New York to Talk about Economy by Adriana Caitano
"In addition to meetings on economic issues, Marina Silva included in her schedule the opening of a Marina's House, a household committee set up by Brazilian actor, producer and filmmaker Ivy Goulart."
NEWS (July 21, 2010)
The Presidential Candidate of the Green Party Opens in New York the First Marina House Abroad
"The campaign headquarters will be set up in the home of Ivy Goulart, born in the State of Santa Catarina, Brazil. An actor and director of documentaries, Goulart has joined the Marina Silva Movement, a political party independent movement which gathers supporters of Ms. Silva in Brazil and abroad."