Social action campaigns



How can men in Hollywood and beyond respond to the #MeToo movement? How can they express their support and solidarity with #TimesUp?

For the last four years, The Representation Project has used #AskHerMore on the red carpet to spotlight how our culture values women’s appearance over their accomplishments. This year we’re using...



The Representation Project and Jennifer Siebel Newsom are excited to host our second annual #DisruptTheNarrative: Youth Leadership Summit on August 5 at Lucasfilm in San Francisco. This intensive, immersive experience will bring together 250 youth leaders (age 16-24) who are eager to acquire language and skills to lead on equality, ground their...



Women make up half the US population and give birth to 100% of the population, but still make up less than 20% of Congress! We’re not guaranteed paid parental leave, universal pre-K, or equal pay – all of which contribute to the US ranking 28th globally on gender equality. Let’s use our voices and actions to change these statistics...


#NotBuyinglt / #MediaWeLike

Our #NotBuyingIt and #MediaWeLike campaign inspires people to join together in celebrating good representations and calling out the bad, everywhere from advertising to merchandising.

At the Super Bowl, our #NotBuyingIt / #MediaWeLike campaign ignites a global conversation, engaging millions in calling for better representation for...



Our #AskHerMore campaign inspires people to call out sexist reporting and suggest ways to re-focus on women’s achievements.

With champions like Reese Witherspoon, Shonda Rhimes, Gloria Steinem, Maria Shriver, Lisa Ling, and Sandra Fluke and coverage by major media outlets like Entertainment Tonight and The New York Times, we’re...