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A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
A Chain Of Girl Goodness
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A Chain Of Girl Goodness

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Stop the corporations that are killing your daughter's self worth!

Stop the corporations that are killing your daughter's self worth!

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    • 1. A Chain of Girl GoodnessStop the corporations that are killing your daughters self worth! www.AChainOfGirlGoodness.com
    • 2. We are all sick and tired of what marketing and media are saying to our girls.
    • 3. Sexualized dolls with huge lips, impossible waistlines and inappropriate clothing.
    • 4. Lack of diversity in the portrayal of body types, skin color and racial features.
    • 5. Girl characters being portrayed as weak, passive, dependent, shrinking violets…
    • 6. shallow, objectified, sexualized…
    • 7. Highly segregated marketing abusing the pink and bluelabels to peddle old definitions of gender to our children.
    • 8. Girl equals pink and pink equals mostly products that tell her that her worth comes from her looks
    • 9. The lack of stories where girls are Leaders…
    • 10. Heroes…
    • 11. Scientists
    • 12. Athletes, Strong…
    • 13. Independent, Courageous,Adventurous, Bold!
    • 14. How can we be surprised when studies tell us that thereis a significant increase in body hate and eating disorders
    • 15. How can we be surprised, when studies show that girls continue tostay away from leadership, science, technology, engineering…
    • 16. Math…
    • 17. Sports!
    • 18. How can we be surprised when studies say that sexualviolence is increasing all over the world
    • 19. My Name is Inês Almeida
    • 20. I have been focusing on solving these problems for about a year. Raising awareness and providing literacy to parents and educators via our social media channels.
    • 21. Creating empowering products for girls
    • 22. Leading and being part of activist campaigns that push back on all threats to girlhood
    • 23. But unfortunatelyI don’t think it is enough, when it comes to the future of all girls, I am ambitious, determined and fearless.
    • 24. I want to change the world fast, and I want to change it now!Thought-out this year I connected with many thousands oflikeminded partners in crime.Parents, teachers, not-for-profits, subject matter experts or simplyloving adults that are as determined as I am to unleash our girls’full potential.
    • 25. Since day one of this journey I had a dream, a dream that Icould somehow create A Chain of Girl Goodness , from west toeast, from 1st world to 3rd world nations. I have been thinkingabout this for a while and I think I have found the way to havethe most positive impact.
    • 26. Find out more at: www.AChainOfGirlGoodness.com

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