Chicago-based non-profit Girls Like Me Project, Inc (GLMPI) will kick off their 2020 fundraising efforts with an exclusive movie screening on Friday, January 17. Proceeds from the event will help fund programming that supports GLMPI’s overall mission to amplify the shared experiences of African-American girls by providing resources and representation that will affirm and empower them throughout their lives.
La’Keisha Gray-Sewell created GLMPI in 2012 to train girls in media literacy and empower them to navigate beyond negative media stereotypes to become global legacy builders.
Last year, Sewell continued her campaign to officially declare October 11th, Chicago Day of the Girl. GLMPI’s Chicago Day of the Girl is part of a larger effort started by the United Nations called International Day of the Girl.
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