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Angelina Jolie, the Activist, Interviewed by John Kerry for Elle's March Cover

12 Febrero 2018

Angelina Jolie sat down for an interview with former Secretary of State John Kerry for the newest issue of Elle, and discussed the wisdom she's trying to pass on to her children, as well as her love for America and its freedoms.

Brad and Angelina - who tied the knot in 2014 after spending almost a decade together - are involved in on-going negotiations over their divorce. "It's your mind that will define you, '" explained Jolie - who shares Zahara, 13, Shiloh, 11, and Vivienne, 9, with estranged husband Brad Pitt - in her March 2018 cover story for Elle magazine. And we are at our best when we are fighting for others to have the same rights.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have received court approval to continue negotiating their divorce privately. Also, Brad has a collection of early 20th century furnishings that's worth about $10 million, and Angelina wants that sold too, ' they added. The "First They Killed My Father" director said her passion for humanitarian work stems from the freedoms she and her family have been able to enjoy. "I think of how hard women fought to get us to where we are today. Everything counts, from the way you hold yourself in daily life and educate yourself on your own rights, to solidarity with other women around the world", she said. "Particularly other women", she said. "In some countries, sexual violence is less of a taboo discussion". She previously told People she feels especially obligated to guide her children through their "formative years". "There are new teams in place to gather evidence and support prosecutions".

Sources close to the case told The Blast that the pair's talks have been peaceful and 'very amicable', and they filed court documents, obtained by the publication, asking to extend the 'temporary judge' in their case. We're working with NATO on training, protection, and getting more women in the military.

According to Radar Online, the 'Fury' star was driving his Telsa motor when he bashed into a Nissan which then hit a Kia. The industry vet has been passionate about aiding women around the globe for some time, and even founded the Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative in 2012.