Calu rivero

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  • She was born

    She was born
    Her parents are Guillermo Rivero and Rita del Valle Martinez. She was born in Recreo, her real name is Carla Soledad Rivero
  • Ilustrious citizen

    Ilustrious citizen
    she was declared an illustrious citizen of Recreo, for being the first Catalan actress to reach the national screen of Argentina.
  • She became vegan

    She became vegan
    Calu was traveling a path of self-awareness and awareness of the environment that led her first to define herself as vegetarian and then to adopt veganism.
  • She created a cruelty-free clothing brand

    She created a cruelty-free clothing brand
    Her growing interest, public defense and network activism against animal abuse led her to be the image of a cruelty-free clothing brand.
  • She participates in campaigns against animal abuse

    She participates in campaigns against animal abuse
    She continuously participates in campaigns against animal abuse such as those of Greenpeace where he fought for the cause of saving whales.
  • She was the bearer of the Olympic torch

    She was the bearer of the Olympic torch
    the International Olympic Committee, given its power of influence through social networks on the youngest sector of the population, its international profile, and its recognized profile as a defender of all forms of life, and the struggle for equality social, congratulates her making her the bearer of the Olympic torch.
  • She participated in the Green Carpet

    She participated in the Green Carpet
    she was invited by Livia and Colin Firth to participate in the Green Carpet organized by Eco Age, an organization that seeks to introduce the concept of sustainability in fashion and the importance of commitment to human rights since the beginning of the chain.
  • She confessed to have suffered harassment

    She confessed to have suffered harassment
    during an interview with show journalist Catalina Dlugi, Calu confessed to having suffered harassment by Darthés during the recording of “Dulce Amor”
  • She marched against gender violence

    She marched against gender violence
    Calu participated in the massive march that took place in Buenos Aires, in front of the National Congress, to demonstrate against gender violence, in favor of legal abortion and equal pay between men and women . Calu marched with a sign in her hands with the message: "It is not No", in reference to the complaint of harassment that began against actor Juan Darthés