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Reel Grrls

Founded in 2001 by Malory Graham, Reel Grrls is an award-winning after-school media training program aimed at minority, low-income and atrisk teenage girls. With Youth Arts funding, Reel Grrls served 82 girls who produced 14 video projects, which were featured at three public screenings and broadcast on cable television in 2006. A 16-year-old homeless girl's video about breaking the cycle of addiction was screened at the Seattle International Film Festival.