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Every day girls around the world are fighting for their freedom. This International Day of the Girl - join them and raise your voice:
1. Share the film and tell us what #FreedomForGirls means to you
2. Take action at http://www.globalgoals.org/dayofthegirl
In 2015 when leaders signed up to the UN Sustainable Development Goals – the Global Goals - they made a promise – to empower all girls. There has been progress but we need to keep up the pressure. If we work together we can make sure world leaders deliver and every girl grows up healthy, safe, empowered and able to fulfil her dreams.
This new film from director MJ Delaney featuring ‘Freedom’ by Beyoncé, calls for action on some of the biggest challenges girls face like access to education, child marriage and the threat of violence´
Last year we asked you to share #WhatIReallyReallyWant for girls and women – this year we want you to raise your voice for freedom.
This can’t wait – we need action now if we are to achieve the Global Goals and equality for all girls.
Director of Photography
Peter Du Plessis
Tanzania Production Supervisors
US Production Supervisor
Assistant Production Supervisor
US Location Assistant
US Production Assistants
Paul Harrison c/o FreeFolk
FREEDOM: Written By Jonathan Coffer, Beyoncé, Carla Williams, Dean Mcintosh, Kendrick Duckworth, Frank Tirado, Alan Lomax, John Lomax Sr. / Published By B-Unique Music Limited/Kobalt Publishing. WB Music Corp. And Oakland 13 Music All Rights Administered By Wb Music Corp. Obo Itself And Oakland 13 Music Emi Blackwood Music Inc, Sony/ATV Songs, Wb Music Corp, Hard Working Black Folks Inc. And Top Dawg Music Obo Kendrick Duckworth Pka Kendrick Lamar, Now-Again Records, Global Jukebox Publishing, Ludlow Music Inc.
Contains A Sample Of “Let Me Try,” Written By Frank Tirado And Performed By Kaleidoscope. Used Courtesy Of Now-Again Records, With Thanks To Thomas Hartlage And Shadoks Music.
Contains A Sample Of “Collection Speech/Unidentified Lining Hymn,” Performed By Reverend R.C. Crenshaw. Recorded By Alan Lomax In 1959. Used Courtesy Of Global Jukebox Publishing And The Alan Lomax Collection, American Folklife Center, Library Of Congress, Courtesy Of Odyssey Productions, Inc.
Contains A Sample Of “Stewball,” Performed By Prisoner “22” At Mississippi State Penitentiary At Parchman, Recorded In 1947 By Alan Lomax And John Lomax Sr. Used Courtesy Of
Ludlow Music Inc./Global Jukebox Publishing And The Alan Lomax Collection, American Folklife Center, Library Of Congress, Courtesy Of Odyssey Productions, Inc.
Kendrick Lamar Appears Courtesy Of Top Dawg Ent./Aftermath Records/Interscope Records
Thanks to MSF-Law obo Odyssey Productions and Global Jukebox. Thanks to Chelsea Music, Essex Music.
Music supervision by Toby Slade-Baker (Thirty Two Music)