Google with ESPN creates five short films around Women’s Equality Revolution

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Google has announced a partnership with ESPN, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the passing of Title IX. The organizations has associated to create five short films centered around the fight for women’s equality across the sports and cultural landscape.

The federal civil rights law in the United States of America that was passed as a part of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) is most frequently referred to as Title IX. Any school or other educational program that gets support from the federal government is not allowed to discriminate on the basis of gender.

Under the name ‘W. Studios Fifty/50 Shorts Presented by Google’, five short films based on the trues lives of women who is bringing change in the world has already been published on the ESPN’s Youtube channel.

The videos talks about the stories of women moving the world forward. Here you can read about the films.

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Girls Got Game – This film covers the story of four young women hired to play the video game Valorant were plunged into the quickly changing, frequently complex, and male-dominated world of gaming when eSports powerhouse Complexity established GX3, its first all-professional women’s squad of gamers.

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Home Field – This film talks about the three determined young women on a soccer team made up of refugees discover community and purpose in their new home via athletics in Clarkston, Georgia, known as the “Ellis Island of the South.” 

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Let Noor Run – This short film covers the story of the story of 17-year-old Noor Alexandria Abukaram, who after being disqualified in a high school cross country race for wearing a hijab, spearheaded an initiative that led to a state bill in Ohio to protect runners like herself.

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Make a splash – This short film talks about the sisterhood that results from playing in their own league has a lasting impact on Splash, a team in the San Diego Women’s Basketball Association made up of women 85 and older.

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The rule of Sedona prince – Sedona Prince, an Oregon women’s basketball player who made headlines in 2021 for speaking out against gender inequality at the NCAA Tournament, is depicted in this movie in an unfiltered approach.

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