Actress Angelina Jolie, who is known for her advocacy work on behalf of bees, recently held a special educational session for school children in Yucatan, Mexico. The event was organized in honor of World Bee Day and focused on the endangered Melipona bee, which is non-venomous. Photos from May 22 show Jolie dressed in a simple white dress as she passionately taught the children about this unique breed of bee. Through the use of captivating visuals, Jolie engaged the students and answered their questions, making the session both exciting and informative. The public school students in the Yucatan peninsula were actively involved in the event, interacting with the celebrity and learning more about the importance of protecting these precious insects.
In 2021, UNESCO launched an initiative called Women for Bees and selected Angelina Jolie as its ambassador. The main objective of this program is to train and empower women beekeepers all over the world. As a Guerlain Bee ambassador, Jolie has actively participated in various bee conservation campaigns such as the Bee school program, which aims to educate students globally about the importance of bees. She has shared her experiences and raised awareness about the vital role that bees play in our ecosystem during her travels to France, Cambodia, and Mexico.
Angelina Jolie is not just limited to her acting career, as she keeps herself busy with various pursuits. Alongside her efforts in bee conservation and fragrance marketing, the famous celebrity has recently introduced her own fashion line, called atelier Jolie. The brand focuses on sustainability by upcycling pre-owned clothing and leftover fabrics that are then crafted by skilled migrant seamstresses and artisans. In addition, Angelina has devoted her time to humanitarian causes that support migrants, empower women, and protect the rights of children.