Angelina: Never the Same

Angelina, Global Girl Media-Chicago participant

Global Girl Media-Chicago develops the voice and media literacy of teenage girls and young women, ages 14-22, in under-served communities by teaching them to create and share digital journalism designed to improve scholastic achievement, ignite community activism and spark social change.

In the coming weeks the Equal Voice | Equal Future Digital Media Hub will be featuring digital stories created by GGM-Chicago participants, exploring the issues around the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment and how it affects the everyday well-being and life of girls and womxn. You can learn more about this collaboration here.

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Jayla, The Big Picture Sexual Assault

More than 11% of all students experience rape or sexual assault and “only 20% of female students who experience sexual assault report to the authorities because of the fear of

Mya: Sex Trafficking in Chicago

Each year in Chicago, 16,000 women fall prey to trafficking, with most of these women being underage, and Black. These women are taken advantage of and manipulated and many survivors

Janiyah, What About the Pay Gap

The pay gap can defined as a difference in earnings between men and woman. This gap can be caused by a number of factors, including race, ethnicity, education and more.

RI, Video Game Harassment

The field of video games has historically been dominated by men. When women join a hobby, like video-gaming, that men believe are specifically meant for them, men may feel insecure.

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