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Women’s History Year: Powerpuff Girls to Amelia Earhart

by Annemarie McDaniel

For the October installment of Women’s History Year, I sat down and spent a few minutes talking about women in family, in media, and in history that have inspired me. These role models—my mother, the Powerpuff Girls, Nancy Drew, and Amelia Earhart—each had a unique way of teaching me what being a courageous woman could look like. You can watch it below, and if you want to be a part of the project, send us your own videos at sparkteam@sparksummit.com!

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One Response to “Women’s History Year: Powerpuff Girls to Amelia Earhart”

  1. I am the Communications Coordinator for Let Girls Lead and we are looking for adolescent girls to enter our video contest. Entries will be accepted until December 31, 2013. Please share with your networks! Visit http://www.letgirlslead for submission guidelines.

    THANKS!
    Lorena Gomez-Barris
    lgomezbarris@phi.org

    Global Girls’ Conversation Video Contest
    OFFICIAL CALL FOR ENTRIES

    The global launch of the Let Girls Lead Global Girls’ Conversation Contest 2013 is here!Tell the world how you have been a leader in your community! Be part of this exciting contest and enter now at http://www.letgirlslead.org

    What is Let Girls Lead?
    Let Girls Lead is building a global movement that empowers girls and their allies to lead social change through advocacy, education, economic empowerment, storytelling, and strategic partnerships. The Global Girls’ Conversation video contest is an exciting opportunity for girls, organizations working with girls, and girls’ allies to tell their stories by submitting 1-2 minute videos about how girls are improving their families and communities and leading the way for change.

    Let Girls Lead will feature girls’ video stories on our interactive Global Girls’ Conversation website. An independent group of filmmakers, global experts, and girl leaders will review the stories using established criteria (see below) and award cash and prizes totaling $10,000 in funding, training, and equipment. Winners will have the chance to turn your story into a short film with the help of a professional film-maker!

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