Young people need support as they begin to navigate social media as critical consumers.
In our 90-minute Raising a #REALMEDIAGIRL Workshop, parents and educators learn how to help young people:
“We learned how to stand up to media messages that undermine girls and women. We can either be mesmerized by the media’s false images or empowered to re-shape them. By modeling the latter, MEDIAGIRLS gives girls the tools to transform their lives and the world around them.”
– Paula Sharaga, Brookline Public Library
“The presentation to middle-school and high-school girls and parents was remarkably engaging for their parents. Her candid assesment of the societal pressures that the media passively and overtly gives to pre-teen and teenage girls was informative and thought-provoking.”
-Justin Cameron, Frederick W. Hartness Middle School
“We are grateful to MEDIAGIRLS for teacher our students and their parents about strengthening their core and empowering them to be ‘game-changers.'”
– Day Newburg, Cohen Hillel Academy
In our Anti-Racism Workshop, parents and educators learn how to support young people and budding activists by discussing:
In our TikTok Workshop, parents and educators learn the basics of TikTok and how to help the young people in their lives foster a healthy relationship with the app.