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Media and pop culture don’t always represent us. It’s time we tell our stories our way. We live in a pop culture bubble. It’s the social media accounts we follow, the

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Ten Big Feminist Wins in 2022

By SOPHIA PANIGRAHI It’s been a year for the history books—but it wasn’t all bad. Remember when… 1. Feminists throughout the U.S. mobilized in response to the overturn of Roe.

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The Great American Lie 

The Great American Lie examines the roots of systemic inequalities through a unique gender lens. With America facing widening economic inequality and stagnant social mobility, this film takes audiences on

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Media Access Awards 2022

The Media Access Awards is the world’s top awards ceremony honoring people in the film and television industries who are advancing the accurate portrayals and employment of people with disabilities.

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How I Help People with Disabilities Thrive

By Nain Yuh Nain Yuh’s organization leverages evidence-based research to create financial opportunities for families of children with disabilities in Cameroon. “I didn’t know caring for my great-grandmother was preparing

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The Mask You Live In follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity. Pressured by the media, their

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Justice by the numbers

What happens when a public interest technologist joins forces with an organization like the ACLU of Massachusetts? The single largest dismissal of wrongful convictions in U.S. history. In 2012, Annie

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Fair Play

Fair Play tackles the pressing issue of gender inequality at home, which saw 2 million women leave the workforce during the pandemic. Women have historically shouldered domestic and care work

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Cassandra Keho: Without Rest

Installation Title: Without Rest “The ability of women to participate equally in the economic and social life of the Nation has been facilitated by their ability to control their reproductive

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Documentary, in Color

Sahar Driver, co-director of Color Congress Sonya Childress, co-director of Color Congress 28 APRIL 2022 In the last 21 years, only six filmmakers of color have taken home the Oscar for Best

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PAR FOR THE COURSE Poem by Violetta Babirye As a child, I play with boys  We play freely: we are all the same  When we get older, I am introduced

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Envision Equality Roundtable

The inspiration behind the Envision Equality campaign was created in collaboration with the Global Center for Gender Equality at Stanford University, Marianne Schnall (Journalist and Founder of, the ERA

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The ERA is Officially The Law

On January 27th, 2022, Representative Jackie Speier said, “Two years ago, the final state Virginia ratified the amendment. The amendment says two years…it is law. And that’s today.”  According to

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Breakthrough VOICES Alicia Jamison grew up in Scottsdale, Arizona where she did not see many faces that looked like hers. She was one of five black people in her graduating

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Karmen is a single-mom trying to balance motherhood, online classes, and parenting a toddler…all while dealing with Covid-19. Her story is relatable for young mothers everywhere. Global Girl Media is

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In the second episode of our new series “Young, Woke, & Free” GGM LA reporters follow Natalie, who organized a Black Lives Matter protest in Burbank, going up against people

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By Marianne Schnall We asked a series of questions… As a starting place for the Envision Equality project, we reached out to a diverse and esteemed set of activists, policy makers,

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