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Stand Up for Girls

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This year, LitWorld is leading a full scale Stand Up for Girls worldwide campaign. They are rallying their network of literacy champions around the world to advocate for every girl’s right to a quality education. The campaign will culminate on October 11, 2012 with Stand Up for Girls events and online rallies sparked by their corps of champions, working together so that girls everywhere can be Fierce, Fearless and Free.
 
 
Stand Up for Girls will shine a spotlight on the adversity that girls around the world face as they seek to fulfill their ideal learning lives. Please join us this week as we host members of the Litworld Organization to learn more about the Stand up for girls campaign and the steps necessary  to cultivate literacy leaders worldwide through transformational literacy experiences that build connection, understanding, resilience and strength. LitWorld's Stand Up for Girls campaign advocates for every girl's right to a quality education. By learning to read and write, all girls in the world can protect themselves against poverty, poor health outcomes and lifelong struggle. Literacy is a skill that once learned, is hers forever.
 
 
The Stand Up for Girls Pledge
 
'I pledge to add my voice to those championing the rights of girls around the world. I believe in each girl’s right to a quality education and in the power of lifelong learning. I will work to spread the word, create positive change in my own community, and provide opportunities for girls to recognize their potential to be co-creators of universal equality. I vow to speak out and stand up so that women and girls everywhere will be Fierce, Fearless, and Free.'
 
Join the cause on 10.11.12.
 
 
AV is on board! Are you?

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