Our Guess Who? Video Learning Series videos were created by student producers at Boston University, Columbia College, Lipscomb University, USC and Webster University to teach young children to challenge gender stereotypes. The video series aired nationally on PBS.
They are a fun opportunity for kids and parents to start exploring, without limitations, what jobs kids might want to do when they grow up. Watch the videos with your child to facilitate that discovery process. Much more learning opportunities for kids and their parents coming very soon!
The Institute works collaboratively with entertainment professionals to develop interactive programs such as our salons, symposiums and other special events. We have commissioned more than a dozen groundbreaking research studies, and amassed the largest body of research on gender prevalence in family entertainment, documenting the past 20 years of television and film making.
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We've partnered with journalists, content creators and teaching institutions to develop extensive educational programs for children focused on gender equality and stereotyping. We aim to inspire and sensitize the next generation of content creators to focus on gender equality and reducing stereotyping in children's media.
With your help, if she can see it, she can be it.
Your donation will further our research efforts and
fund continuing curriculum development for young children.
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