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Videos (4)

  • Christy Turlington-Burns reflects on the potential all women and girls have to thrive in society.
    Christy Turlington-Burns

    Christy Turlington-Burns reflects on the potential all women and girls have to thrive in society.

    Clip (1:16)

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  • Exploring social issues facing women and girls worldwide through a character driven-narrative.
    Through Her Lens Trailer

    Exploring social issues facing women and girls worldwide through a character driven-narrative.

    Clip (1:08)

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  • Guess Who? short produced by Boston University.
    The Nurse & The Firefighter

    Guess Who? short produced by Boston University.

    Clip (2:45)

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  • Sonia Castellanos saw young Latinas in crisis. Her Con Mi MADRE organization has turned the dropout rate around.
    Meet Sonia

    Sonia Castellanos saw young Latinas in crisis. Her Con Mi MADRE organization has turned the dropout rate around.

    Clip (3:09)

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I Believe in Women and Girls Lead

Join forces with the global leaders supporting Women and Girls Lead. Luminaries like Desmond Tutu, Mary Robinson, Christy Turlington-Burns, and many more have come together to support this important public media campaign. Learn why they believe that women and girls truly lead. WATCH

Through Her Lens

A collection of dramatic short films exploring international stories and content about women and made by women. Through Her Lens explores social issues facing women and girls worldwide through a character driven-narrative. WATCH

Guess Who?

Guess Who? is a series of short videos created in partnership with the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media.

The videos, along with the accompanying education curriculum, seek to challenge children’s beliefs about gender stereotypes by getting children thinking critically about their own beliefs, challenging what they see in the media, and becoming aware of the array of possibilities for their own careers. WATCH

Educator Guide (PDF, 3.3M)

Poll Results Form (PDF, 122K)

Women and Girls Lead Shorts

Women and Girls Lead Shorts profile American women from all walks of life who inspire us with stories of resilience, hope, and empowerment. This series, created for the web and TV, is a collaboration between filmmakers Carl and Betsy Crum, ITVS, and several local public television stations in the U.S.