Unaware of what we truly are capable of
until faced with the unimaginable.
These young women represent courage, hope and
a relentless pursuit of a world they know will not change without them.
Their mothers remain an unshakeable presence,
with hearts torn open by what their daughters must endure.
Together we RISE.
A mural will be created in downtown Fort Lauderdale this Spring. 12-18 year old young women were asked to make signs declaring their futures, and then were part of a photoshoot that will provide inspiration for the mural entitled “You haven’t, we will”.
Stay tuned for mural dates and details.
The participants of “You Haven’t, We Will” inspired Girl Noticed to create a larger campaign recognizing the voices of 1000 girls. Plans are being made for school participation, weekly workshops, a book, and an additional mural event.
Stay tuned for how you can be involved and for more information.
On June 16, 2018 we will be adding Indian Town, Maryland to the Girl Noticed map.
4 powerful organizations are joining together to create a multilayered event.
Phenomenal Young Women, Inc.
Embracing Resilience & Empowering Excellence by building blueprints for success.
Young Adult Real Women/RealWomen
Providing a safe space for young adult women across the country and abroad to do real work on themselves.
Cage Free Voices
Educating youth and young adults who struggle with self-image and identify by way of workshops. Curriculum offered to schools, music, and events.
Girl Noticed a nationwide mural project building and maintaining a world better informed about the positive impact the simple act of “Noticing” a girl has.
Girl Noticed makes the bold statement that it is a communities responsibility to yield to the greatness in every girl.
The Town of Indian Head’s Councilman Curtis Smith is doing just that. Rolling up his sleeves and taking a stand for girls and women, he assures his community is impacted in a positive and inspiring way.
Stay tuned for workshop and event information.