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Gerri McHugh: Storytelling & Films for Change

Gerri is director and founder of Global Health Film, a nonprofit organization that promotes storytelling and film as tools of catalytic discussion and change.

The Wonders of Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman embodies the truth that women have the power to make a positive impact – whether that’s saving the world from villains, or being a caring mother and wife.

Movies to Make You Feel Bold!

Ever since this year’s International Women’s Day we’ve been celebrating our brilliant Girls’ Globe network – the individuals and organizations committed to making the world a better and more equal place to live. We asked each of our contributors to share their secrets of feeling BOLD. They told us about books that

Using Storytelling to Create Social Change

Violence is the second leading cause of death among adolescent girls globally. Not malnutrition or accidents or cardiovascular disease or maternal conditions. Violence. In fact, among girls aged 15 to 19 worldwide, almost one quarter (around 70 million) have reported experiencing some form of physical

Do you watch TV? You’re not getting the whole picture.

Let’s picture this: In family rated films, for every one speaking female character there are three male characters. Females are over two times as likely as males to be shown in sexually revealing attire (24.8% vs. 9.4%), thin (38.5% vs. 15.7%), and partially or fully

Grace Hopper: A Role Model for Girls in Tech

Grace Hopper was a Math Professor at Vassar whose life changed when Pearl Harbor was attacked, marking the US’ entrance into WWII. At the time, the US military did not have enough soldiers to fight the war. So the Navy created the Women’s Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service

Why 'Being a Man' May be the Worst Thing our Men Can Do

When focusing on gender roles as constructed by our society, too often the focus is on women. Within feminism, so much attention is paid to how we treat women that we often overlook our social norms’ toxic effect on our young boys. Jennifer Siebel Newsom,

Women's Global Interconnectedness: An International Boulevard

Two weeks ago, Connecther.org and Harvard’s Social Innovation Collaborative hosted its first ever Girls Impact the World Film Festival in which high school and college students from around the world were invited to use the power of social media and film to spotlight women’s issues

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