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Host a Screening

In a society where media is the most persuasive force shaping cultural norms, the message that young women and men overwhelmingly face is that a woman’s value and power lie in her youth, beauty, and sexuality and not in her capacity as a leader.

Help challenge this status quo by hosting a screening of Miss Representation. With the right screening resources, you can arrange a screening in a few easy steps.

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Educators Working with Youth

Do you work directly with youth and are you interested in using the film and/or its messaging in an educational context? In conjunction with prominent researchers and curriculum specialists, The Representation Project has developed educational curriculum (K-12) to accompany our film screenings for youth audiences.

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Community Screenings

Interested in screening our films in your local community? As a community organization or government agency, you can screen our films and guide meaningful discussions around how limiting gender stereotypes are shaping your community.

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Corporations

Work at a company where you’d like to expose co-workers and corporate leadership to our films? The Representation Project partners with companies all over the US to host screenings of our films and help guide meaningful conversations around gender stereotypes.

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