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#GirlsToo Gratitude: Thank You Young Female Role Models

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At Girls Inc., we would like to thank the trailblazers who continue to uplift and serve as role models for girls. It it were not for women like Simone Biles and Aly Raisman, the work to advocate for girls would be just that much harder.

Thank you for sharing your truths and speaking up against sexual assault even when it was difficult.Your determination and sacrifice does not go unnoticed. The experiences you have shared will undoubtedly transform other girls’ lives who are dealing with or have dealt with similar circumstances. You lead by example and continuously display what it means to be strong, smart, and bold. Young people are the experts of their experiences and they have the power to lead change.

It is this leadership that will help create a culture where all girls grow up safe, respected, and valued. Be a part of this movement, take a stand, and sign the #GirlsToo pledge today.

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