Lyn Mikel Brown, Ed.D., spoke at the Fourth Annual Jean Baker Miller Memorial Lecture on October 21, 2011. Her talk, "Fighting Like A Girl: How Girls Can and Do Make a Difference" focuses on public perceptions of girls' anger, the media's manipulation of young girls, and the response of young women today trying to combat sexism. Brown is a co-creator of the non-profit Hardy Girls, Healthy Women and author of the book Girlfighting: Betrayal and Rejection among Girls.

Fighting Like a Girl: Part 1

 

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Fighting Like a Girl: Part 7



Fighting Like a Girl: Part 8




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