This Is Us? How TV Does and Doesn’t Get Men’s Caregiving

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Exploring male caregiving in TV, This Is Us? How TV Does and Doesn’t Get Men’s Caregiving
event in partnership with Equimondo challenges stereotypes, fostering positive media representations for a more equitable portrayal of modern fatherhood.

#GirlsLeadSTEM Campaign Kick-Off

#GirlsLeadSTEM event by Geena Davis Institute showcased empowering talks on gender equity in STEM, highlighting the need for diverse representation and inclusive opportunities.

Closing the Cyber Gender Gap

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Highlighting the critical gender gap in cybersecurity, the Geena Davis Institute’s event, supported by Craig Newmark Philanthropies, called for urgent, diverse workforce development to fill 600,000+ roles.

Earth Day Screening of New Apple TV+ Series “Jane”

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The “Jane Goodall Apple TV series Earth Day screening event,” hosted by the Geena Davis Institute, showcased the series “Jane,” inspiring environmental advocacy through Dr. Goodall’s legacy and engaging discussions.

A Night of Poetry Honoring Lucille Clifton

Lucille Clifton Poetry Event.

The 2nd Annual “A Night of Poetry Honoring Lucille Clifton” was a resounding success, featuring impactful readings by distinguished guests and celebrating Clifton’s poetic legacy and influence in the arts.

The New Frontline: The Battle Against Online Violence

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Explore key takeaways from the Virtual See Jane Salon on combating online violence, featuring leaders from the Geena Davis Institute, Craig Newmark Philanthropies, IWMF, and more. Learn how media can drive change.

NBC’s “FOUND” Live Q&A with Cast and Creators

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Watch our insightful Q&A session with the creators of NBC’s hit drama FOUND, exploring Season One’s intense storylines, representation of underrepresented groups, and the significance of media visibility.