Connecther Presents:

GI/TW Archive Film Gallery

Girls Impact The World Yaritza Rodriguez , Thomas Kelly High school

This video is about the real meaning of beauty and how women should be treated in society. Women have the right to speak up and feel confident and beautiful about themselves. We shouldn't let anybody bring any women down, you are beautiful just the way you are and that's all that matters .



The Girl Who Dreamt of a STEM Career and Perfect Teeth Gabrielle Filkins, Sequoyah High School

This production is to create awareness for girls who are underrepresented in STEM related careers. This video also provides many solutions on how to ignite girl's interest and encouraging them to stay in the career pathway.




Slavery in the City David Augustine, Progress High School

Slavery in the City is an autobiographical account of Grace's(Not real name) experience in her relatives house. It depicts the humiliation she endured in order to gain an education.In this unfortunate case, she endured it all for nought.



Early Marriage David Augustine, Progress High School

This story tells an overview of how young girls in Northern Nigeria are been giving out for marriage due to low self-esteem and often seen as economic burdens.




Project Stand Up Abdisalam Ahmed Hussein, Amiin Mohamed Abdukadir, Ahmed Khadar, Farhiya Abshir Yusuf, Sabrin Ahmed Omar, Sabri Omar Mohsen, Ali Sudi Abukar, Omar Ahmed Mayow, Asad Aseyr Abdalla, Zakaria Mohamed Abdi, The Fugee School

Ten secondary school students (2 girls and 8 boys) in Malaysia- from Somalia, Libya, and Yemen- learn about gender equality in school and about their female classmates experience of being told she cannot teach football, because she is a girl. Having recognized that there are few women leaders, role



The R Word Sydney Primero-Solano, La Serna High School

"The R Word" is a short film expressing concern with "rape" as a taboo subject. Women need to know that rape needs to be discussed and must be discussed without shame.




Slavery in the City David Augustine, Progress High School

Slavery in the City is an autobiographical account of Grace's(Not real name) experience in her relatives house. It depicts the humiliation and suffering she endured in order to gain an education. In this unfortunate case, she endured it all for nought.



You do not have to be bruised to be a victim Brenda Clemente, Rhode Island School of Design

Being exposed to violent ads about domestic violence simply is not effective enough nowadays. As a society, we need to normalize and allow audiences to connect with everyday occurrences that could lead to an abusive relationship. Educating young girls in recognizing abusive language and behavior is




Disparity Maryam Altaf, Winchester High School

Two siblings are treated differently due to their gender. The girl is forced to stay home and clean, while her brother has to the key and freedom to anything he wants to do in life. She has to jeopardize her life, for the success of her brother. Her only purpose in life is to keep the house tidy



Power To The Women Menkemndi Randy, Government Technical High School Bamenda

As a means to edify the world on the importance of the rights of women and the girl child, Clarisse artistically known as Yala brings to you this powerful message in some few words in her 5 minutes video which explains the need to value and preserve the rights of the woman and girl child, and i be