Gal’s Guide has been experiencing exponential growth since we opened our doors in 2020. We are a unique nonprofit that houses the first women’s history lending library in the United States. We also have weekly events, weekly podcasts, and workshops. With all that we do, we need a dedicated content creator to create videos and […]
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Media Fluency is for Girls
Media fluency is generally understood as encompassing two skill sets. The first, which we might call media comprehension, enables media consumers to decode, analyze, and break down mediated messages into their constituent parts. The other, known as media production, involves successfully encoding some kind of meaning into a mediated message. Both are needed for successful participation in today’s media-rich landscape.
The record-breaking Women’s March has energized a crowd of women who are looking for actionable next steps. We don’t claim to have all the answers but our gals have added many, if not most, of these action items to their monthly To-Do list. Check Your Mindset Ask Questions. In order to heal the divide in […]
Kate continues Miyazaki month with Princess Mononoke. This episode is full of trivia on why it took this box-office recording-breaking Japanese hit 2 years to come to the United States as well as taking deep diving on the themes of this mature movie. Themes in this episode are: Infections of rage and hate The whole […]