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Educate Girls and Change the World

Girl Rising - Montage from Sarofsky on Vimeo.
Sarofsky worked with the filmmakers to create many of the interstitals and graphics.

Girl Rising — a new documentary from Oscar nominated filmmaker Richard E. Robbins — consists of nine different girl’s stories of how education factored into her life circumstances. Each girl was paired with a female writer from her own country, and then her story was filmed and narrated. Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, Liam Neeson and other acclaimed actors contribute voice performances to the film. For more information on how to see the film, click here. To read the New York Times review, click here.

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Definitely the girls are needed to be educated for the betterment of the society. Women are the backbone of running a family. If they they are enough capabilities to run it right, the family becomes a good one, when a family becomes good it automatically add more values to the society. Only educated women can run such a way and especially they are the ones upbringing the new generation being mothers to them.
John Williams

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