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Theme: Highlights
Love, Money, Culture and Conflict, The Future. Four exciting months of thought provoking and engaging content. Did you get a chance to see it all?

We asked young women around the world to lend their voice to us, and thousands sent in their submissions. Here are our top picks in film, poetry, audio, visual art, writing, and events-- for your interactive multimedia pleasure! From Ishle Yi Park’s heart rending poem Open letters to the Girls of Soldiers, to Miranda Mimi Kuo’s arresting Portraits of Bhutan’s Nuns, to Ruby X. Pan’s poignant observations of dating life in Morning After… we wanted to give you a gamut of voices and points of view.

Tell us which of these highlights resonated with you and why.

Join the conversation.


Featured Stories: Highlights
"Where Are America’s Family Values?"
Karenna Gore Schiff
United States
"Morning After"
Ruby Xuequn Pan
Singapore
"Profeta Gentileza"
Marisa Monte
Brazil
"Girls and Women"
Sarah Jones
United States
"Natural Connection"
Tiffany Shlain
United States
"Missing Cambodia"
Loung Ung - World Pulse Magazine
Cambodia
"Assisted Marriage"
Sadaf Siddique
India
"Arts and Freedom in Iran"
Antje Beyen
Germany
"Mann ke Manjeeré: an album of women’s dreams"
Breakthrough
India
Highlights Sub-themes
Welcome
"Introduction"
Paula Goldman, Director of Imagining Ourselves , United States
"To the Next Generation of Women"
Council of Women World Leaders
"Imagining Ourselves Video"
Imagining Ourselves Team , United States
Statistics:
56058 views to 3 stories
10 comments have been posted
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Film
"Para Besarte y Acariciarte Mejor"
Jessica Lagunas , United States
"I go looking for you in places I know"
Madeleine Mullett , United Kingdom
"Dear Letta"
Brooke White and Susie Meserve , United States
Statistics:
177372 views to 10 stories
47 comments have been posted
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Audio
"Now"
Achinoam Nini , Israel
"Celtic Raag"
Pireeni Sundaralingam , Sri Lanka
"Waltz For a Night"
Julie Delpy , France
Statistics:
114568 views to 9 stories
21 comments have been posted
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Poetry
"Old Maid"
Vivian Nocum Limpin , Philippines, the
"Girls and Women"
Sarah Jones , United States
"I will call my children mestiza"
Kumarini Silva , Sri Lanka
Statistics:
134626 views to 9 stories
52 comments have been posted
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Visuals
"Mamalas "
Valentina Campos , Bolivia
"Wahad Areese, Please! (A Husband, Please!)"
Zena el-Khalil , Lebanon
"Momma Love"
Ali Smith , United States
Statistics:
290328 views to 12 stories
66 comments have been posted
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Writing
"One is Not the Loneliest Number"
Jolivette N Mecenas , United States
"Interview with Amina Lawal"
Hafsat Abiola , Nigeria
"Interview with Amina Lawal"
Hafsat Abiola , Nigeria
Statistics:
187891 views to 15 stories
263 comments have been posted
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Events
"Migritude"
Shailja Patel , United States
"Relationships"
Stella Nanni , Brazil
"Domestic Violence and HIV/AIDS Discussion gathering "
Emem J. Okon , Nigeria
Statistics:
113203 views to 9 stories
2 comments have been posted
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