Women and Girls Lead, the multi-year public media campaign to amplify the voices of women and girls worldwide, officially lifted off Thursday. The campaign was launched during a breakfast hosted by ITVS and CPB during this week's PBS Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida.
Oscar-winning actress Geena Davis and CPB President and CEO Patricia Harrison broke the champagne bottle across the proverbial bow with their stirring opening remarks. Thursday's event was stacked with even more special guests, including a troop from Girl Scouts of the USA. Check out some video highlights from the event below and learn more about Women and Girls Lead.
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