"Healthy Media for Youth Summit"
The Summit explored the impact of the media on youth, especially girls', self image and brought together a coalition to promote healthy and positive images of women and girls through industry best practices, media literacy programs, career exploration, and opportunities for girls.
Ms. Davis said, "I have spent most of my adult life advocating for women and girls," and has advocated to put more strong female characters on screen. She spoke about how "a group did a study after 'Commander in Chief' was on the air that showed that people who watched the show were 68% more likely to vote for a female candidate after watching just one season. It speaks to the point where if you see it, you can be it."
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