Take Action

What can you do to make a difference around the issues presented in our films? Check out the tips and suggestions below for organizations and resources you can connect with to get involved.

  • The Homestretch

    Donate Supplies

    Donate Emergency Supplies for Homeless Students and Youth. Contact local homeless service providers and homeless liaisons to find out what's most urgently needed.

  • The Homestretch

    Support Homeless Youth

    Help keep runaway, homeless, and at-risk youth safe and off the streets. The National Runaway Safeline (NRS) offers various opportunities to help around the country.

  • The Homestreth

    Know a Homeless Youth?

    Did you know every school district has a local homeless liaison? Contact your district to learn more. Click the link below to find your State Coordinator for Homeless Education.

  • Medora

    Action: Check up on your school

    Has your school district been consolidated? Find out what evaluations are planned or have been done to assess the financial and educational results.

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  • The Revolutionary Optimists

    Action: Fight Poverty and Injustice

    From sponsoring a child in need, to petitioning lawmakers, join the fight to end poverty & injustice. Check out Action Aid International's website for more ideas.

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  • The Revolutionary Optimists

    Action: Give Girls a Voice

    Support the rights & needs of girls by becoming an advocate. The Girls Inc. website lists five advocacy areas where you can add your support. Visit their website for more info.

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  • The Island President

    Action: Take the Carbon Footprint Quiz

    From driving, to turning on the lights, everything we do has an environmental impact, the question is- just how much?

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  • The Island President

    Action: Celebrate Earth Day, April 22

    Going on its 43rd year, plug into events and volunteer opportunities with thousands of people across the country sponsored by the Environmental Protection Agency.

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  • The Island President

    Action: Pledge a DOT (Do One Thing)

    Submit ideas of simple, everyday things you can do to help the environment. From using re-usable lunch bags to carpooling, get inspired & take a pledge.

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  • Wonder Women

    Action: Research Gender in the Media

    Men outnumber women 3 to 1 in family films. Yet, women make up over 50% of the US population. Learn more facts about gender representation in the media.

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  • Wonder Women

    Action: Teach Girls Leadership Skills

    The Girl Scouts’ ToGetHerThere program teaches girls leadership skills. Volunteer to help girls reach their full potential.

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  • Wonder Women

    Action: Report Sexism in the Media

    Fight sexism in the media by reporting it to the Women’s Media Center, which holds media accountable for gender representations.

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  • The Powerbroker

    Action: Empower your Community

    Volunteer with The National Urban League. Join fundraising, mentoring, community mobilization efforts, and more. Get involved today!

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