Empowerment

Father’s Empowering Daughters With G(irls)20

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Father's Empowering Daughters video by G(irls)20 on Moxie Media with Shakira, Chelsea Clinton and more.

Chelsea Clinton, Malala‘s father, Justin Trudeau, Shakira and many others have joined hands to illuminate the important role fathers play in empowering girls and women in this G(irls)20 video for the organization Fathers Empowering Daughters.

This Father’s Day, girls and women can record their own inspiring video messages and have personalized e-cards created and digitally delivered by Fathers Empowering Daughters.

LEARN MORE ABOUT FATHER’S EMPOWERING DAUGHTERS HERE AND READ ABOUT EMMA WATSON’S UNITED NATIONS #HEFORSHE CAMPAIGN HERE.

 

NFL Super Bowl XLIX Advertisements Champion Empowerment

Posted by | Advertising, Digital Media, Digital News, Empowerment, Fitness, Social Initiative, Social Media

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Moving forward from overt sexual innuendos and slapstick comedy, SuperBowl XLIX advertisements took a refreshingly serious turn this year by treating a range of somber subjects with inspiring messages of empowerment.

In addition to NO MORE, whose PSA we featured last weekUltraViolet also addressed the often sidelined subject of domestic violence. Their 15-second spot, with the hashtag #GoodellMustGo, singled out National Football League (NFL) commissioner Roger Goodell who has been criticized for being an enabler of domestic violence within the football fraternity.

Feminine hygiene brand Always instigated a viral conversation around women’s empowerment by asking viewers to redefine antiquated connotations associated with the phrase #LikeAGirl, while Toyota starred world-class snowboarder and 2014 Paralympic bronze medalist Amy Purdy conquering the streets, slopes and dance floor to the triumphant words of Muhammad Ali.

Toyota’s second ad in the same series highlighted the importance of a father’s influence on the choices his children make, a sentiment echoed by Dove For Men, who payed tribute to loving dads at all stages of life.

Spotlighting technology, Coca-Cola tackled digital bullying and Internet trolls with #MakeItHappy, while Microsoft introduced the world to Estella Pyfrom, a remarkable woman who uses her ‘Brilliant Bus’ to empower young, underprivileged students by giving them access to digital resources and jubilant affirmations.

Why all the seriousness amidst a celebratory atmosphere? Because “marketers are trying to win over Millennials”, advertising executives tell The Wall Street Journal, “who researchers suggest are more likely to be drawn to brands that have a history of giving back to their communities.”

 

WATCH MORE SUPER BOWL XLIX ADVERTISEMENTS HERE AND LEARN MORE ABOUT PANTENE’S #SHINESTRONG CAMPAIGN HERE

Vogue Empower: Vogue India Sees Red For Women’s Empowerment

Posted by | Empowerment, Fashion, Social Initiative, Women in Business

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This October Vogue India launched its 7th Anniversary issue with Vogue Empower, an inspiring social awareness initiative dedicated to fostering women’s empowerment in India. With pledges from Bollywood stars, celebrated Indian designers, passionate activists, artists, athletes, business leaders and more, Vogue Empower’s message is: “It starts with you.”

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Gisele Bündchen Battles Internet Commentators In Under Armour’s “I Will What I Want” Campaign

Posted by | Advertising, Digital Media, Digital News, Fitness, Social Media

Moxie Media Gisele Bundchen Under Armour I Will What I Want Campaign

Supermodel Gisele Bündchen appears as the latest spokesperson for international activewear company Under Armour in their new video, in which she battles negative internet commentators with a lone punching bag as part of the brand’s empowering “I Will What I Want” campaign for women.

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