GLOBAL GIRL MEDIA

GlobalGirl Media (GGM) is an nonprofit organization that develops the voice and media literacy of young women in underserved communities by teaching them to create and share digital journalism designed to improve scholastic achievement, ignite community activism and spark social change. The existing gender gap in media, particularly new media, obstructs the ability of women and girls' to influence change at local and global levels. By linking young women internationally with seasoned reporters, educators and mentors, GlobalGirl Media teaches girls that their voice matters, their story counts.
GlobalGirl Media Training Academy & News Bureaus
 
GlobalGirl Media (GGM) is an nonprofit organization that develops the voice and media literacy of young women in underserved communities by teaching them to create and share digital journalism. Designed to improve scholastic achievement, our training also focuses on leadership and igniting community activism and sparking social change. We currently run projects in South Africa, Morocco, Kosovo, Chicago, Los Angeles, Oakland, and our newest location in London, U.K. project reportread updates from the field
GlobalGirl Media FOOD FORWARD Webisode Series
 
GGM empowers girls to make media that matters, cultivates new leaders, improves media literacy, and encourages the promotion of healthier media messages about girls and women. GGM believes girls need to be creating their own media rather than consuming it. GGM trains girls are to challenge, innovate and reshape their worlds through digital media. Our FOOD FORWARD Webisode series tackles the issue of Food Justice in Los Angeles. project reportread updates from the field
GlobalGirl Media Chicago Webisode Series
 
GLOBALGIRL MEDIA (GGM) DEVELOPS THE VOICE AND MEDIA LITERACY OF TEENAGE GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN IN UNDER-SERVED COMMUNITIES BY TEACHING THEM TO CREATE AND SHARE DIGITAL JOURNALISM DESIGNED TO IGNITE COMMUNITY ACTIVISM AND SOCIAL CHANGE. GlobalGirl Media Chicago is producing a webisode series "A Tale of Two Chicagos" on economic and social disparity, and the creative ways of overcoming urban blight in Chicago. Profiles on individuals and community-based organizations through a gender lens! project reportread updates from the field
GIRLS GOVERN #withMalala
 
This grant will utilize 'He Named Me Malala' as part of a training to support young women in becoming a larger part of the political discourse so that their concerns are heard and addressed. The project will include a town hall event focused on girls' issues, three swing state digital media journalism trainings for young women and outreach support for an online training kit.
 
   

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