Diagram from New York Times piece “Where Working Women are Most Common”

 

This informative graph and article shows the areas of the United States where women are employed and explains why certain areas of the country have higher employment rates for women.

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/01/06/upshot/where-working-women-are-most-common.html?abt=0002&abg=0

 

 

Take a look at some of the work from TVbyGIRLS 13 year history working with teen girls to make films that matter.   As we are developing a curriculum to use these films, we had a lot of fun watching them again.  We hope you do too!

Maddy and Rachel explored the experience of being 13 and feeling the beginning trembles of love…a theme TVbyGIRLS loves to explore.

 

Check out the National Women’s Health Network for information about health issues and policies effecting girls and women in the United States.

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Credit: National Women’s Health Network Banner

Take a look at some of the work from TVbyGIRLS 13 year history working with teen girls to make films that matter.   As we are developing a curriculum to use these films, we had a lot of fun watching them again.  We hope you do too!

“We don’t let labels stick” was made by our first core group of girls for a screening at the Minnesota Photography Center. This piece was written by the girls and is about looking beyond the surface, which is a key theme in our work.

 

Credit: Photographer: Asad Zaidi, United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative

Check out the United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative website for  information about projects working towards more educational access for girls around the world.