Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media

Making of Guess Who?

From Boston University

Juggling gender: confronting the stereotypes of a student production team. Go behind the scenes of the making of "Guess Who" as the college producers discuss their own experiences with gender stereotypes.

Our pilot learning video series "Guess Who" teaches children ages 6 to 9 about gender stereotypes. In March 2010, "Guess Who" debuted on Channel One, the leading television news network for teens, and reached over 6 million kids. Teachers were able to receive the program via Channel One Connection.

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