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I'M A COACH

We are excited to support all of you coaches and mentors in empowering athletes to celebrate and embrace their whole selves.

To help, we’ve collected some great resources and opportunities for you. With the tools below, you’ll explore the limiting stereotypes confronting your athletes and develop strategies to help overcome them. Check them out and make sure to stay in touch!

BE A LEADER

BRING OUR FILMS INTO YOUR COMMUNITY

Bring Miss Representation and The Mask You Live In to your community by hosting a screening for your teams, parents, caregivers, mentors, or educators at your school.

DONATE

Support gender equality by donating to The Representation Project.

JOIN THE CONVERSATION

TAKE THE PLEDGE

Pledge to use your voice to overcome limiting stereotypes. You’ll get weekly emails with short, simple ways to help move the needle.

FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL

Join the movement by following us  on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter! Follow Miss Representation for more on women and girls’ issues, The Mask You Live In to explore American masculinity, and The Representation Project to learn more about challenging and overcoming stereotypes.

SHARE OUR RESOURCES

Use our resources (like our videos and conversation starters) with parents, caregivers, and athletes in your program. We created these tools to help your community examine how media and culture shape beliefs and behavior, inform self-concepts, and perpetuate limiting stereotypes.

'MISS REPRESENTATION' CONVERSATION STARTERS

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FOR STUDENT ATHLETES

Student athletes use our tools to examine how media shapes beliefs about behavior, informs self-concepts, and perpetuates limiting stereotypes about girls and women. The Mask You Live In resources coming soon.

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FOR PARENTS & CAREGIVERS OF STUDENT ATHLETES

Lead activities with your student athlete. Together, you'll consider the ways mainstream media shapes beliefs and practices when it comes to women and girls.

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FOR COACHES OF STUDENT ATHLETES

Engage your student athletes in hands-on activities designed to spark a discussion about what it means to “Be a Man” and support them in becoming their whole selves.

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