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MISSION

To teach girls+ and young women to become critical media consumers

VISION

A world where media reflects ALL girls’+ authentic selves

VALUES

Authenticity | Boldness | Community | Curiosity | Inclusivity | Joy | Optimism

IMPACT
Evidence shows that participating in the #REALMEDIAGIRL Workshop improves girls+’ ability to better critically think about the content they’re consuming on social media and reimagine their relationship with social media

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GIRL PROGRAMS
  • GIRL+ WORKSHOPS:
    • #REALMEDIAGIRL Curriculum: Participants in this workshop learn how social media reinforces the inequitable “perfect girl” who reinforces racial stereotypes, how social media influences girls’ well-being; how to be critical media consumers and users on social media sites like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, TikTok; and how girls can use their power and numbers to make social media more empowering and positive. 
          • MEDIAGIRLS is all about teaching girls to be REALRecognize unrealistic beauty and body standards and center self-worth on non-physical characteristics, Evaluate the social pressures that come with social media culture, and its effect on mental health, Assess behavior and ability to self-regulate relationships with social media, Learn how social media was designed by tech companies and how organizations use influencers as tools to sell products.
OTHER PROGRAMS
  • EDUCATOR CERTIFICATIONS: MEDIAGIRLS is now certifying dozens of educators to teach the #REALMEDIAGIRL workshop in their schools to bring media literacy education to middle school girls+. Interested educators can sign up to get certified.
  • PARENT WORKSHOPS: We help parents understand the complicated world of girls and social media, and provide a concrete road map with strategies for making their favorite social media sites healthier and more positive for girls+.
  • FREE ONLINE RESOURCES: We provide conversation starters and a blog to help parents and educators engage girls in discussions about how media shapes our attitudes, and how we can collectively transform the culture of media for girls+ and women.
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