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Raising the next generation of female political leaders.

A documentary by Kiley Lane Parker

 

Raising Ms. President is about raising the next generation of female political leaders. Studies show that when more women are at the political decision making table, their presence does make a difference, the problem is, women just don’t want to run. This documentary explores some of the reasons women don’t run for office and uncovers where political ambition begins. If we don’t have more young women envisioning themselves at the top, then asking them to run for office when they are older won’t matter. We must change the political landscape across the board, for the betterment of all people and our country.

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“I love to see a young girl go out and grab the world by the lapels. Life's a bitch. You've got to go out and kick ass.”

             ― Maya Angelou

 

Screenings in all 50 states so that every girl has a chance realize...she was born to lead. 

On Saturday, October 11th 2014 Raising Ms. President is going to have 100s of screenings across the nation to celebrate girls who were #BornToLead. In honor of the UN declared International Day of the Girl we are asking you to be an RMP Team Leader and host a screening at your home, school or in your community. Join the party and prepare to be inspired!

#herPoliticalJourney - Tell Us Your Story

#herPoliticalJourney is a campaign meant to inspire the next generation of female political leaders. We are collecting thousands of stories from women and girls about their experiences running for office and we would like to know your story. Please take the time to answer the following questions and join Raising Ms. President's #herPolitcalJourney; who knows, you may be inspired yourself! Our editor will work with you and these stories will be posted on our blog. 

Tell us the story of your political journey and submit for a chance to be featured on our blog. 2000 word maximum.

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