Kate Bryan Is Igniting A “1 Girl Revolution”
“The Girl Inside,” an Emmy-Nominated short documentary by 1 Girl Revolution, in partnership with BEHOLD, features a poignant look at the stories of incarcerated women within Cook County Jail and a life-changing academic course taught by Dr. Laura Biagi (formerly of DePaul University in Chicago) called, “Storytelling as a Healing Art.” This short documentary, which is a part of an on-going series featuring the stories of everyday women changing the world through their lives, reunites Dr. Biagi with five of her former students for a special one day course on the transformative power of our stories and our voices - and what is revealed is: “The Girl Inside.”
Special thanks to:
Cook County Jail,
the staff at Cook County Jail,
Dr. Laura Biagi,
the five women who participated in this project,
the Inside-Out students of the Winter 2019 “Storytelling as a Healing Art” course,
the Theatre School at DePaul University,
the administrators, Inside-Out staff, and the Steans Center at DePaul University,
the Inside-Out Center,
the If Project,
Mary and William Bryan,
and every woman and girl around the world - the world needs you, your voice, and your story. You have the power to change the world through your life.
Every woman has a story. Every woman has a voice. Every woman has the power to change the world through their lives. Every woman is a 1 Girl Revolution!
FOLLOW 1 Girl Revolution on FACEBOOK, TWITTER, and INSTAGRAM: @1GirlRevo
SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN to The 1 Girl Revolution podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, and everywhere you find podcasts.
For more information on 1 Girl Revolution, please visit: http://1girlrevolution.com
For more information on BEHOLD, please visit: https://www.wearebehold.com
For more information on Dr. Laura Biagi, please visit: https://soulsound.it
“There are a lot of problems in society because people are not able to be heard!” - Dr. Laura Biagi, the professor who taught “Storytelling as a Healing Art” to Cook County Jail Female "Inside" students
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Detroiter Kate Bryan, founder of 1 Girl Revolution, uplifts women through podcasts, films, and more BY PATRICK DUNN Kate Bryan says she was a “spicy little kid” whose parents would joke that she was either going to be the dictator of a small nation or the CEO of a Fortune 500 company. Now 37, Bryan is not leading a country or a corporation, but a nonprofit in Detroit. As the CEO and founder of 1 Girl Revolution, a nonprofit multimedia platform designed to uplift women, she aims to inspire everyone to hold on to that “spicy little kid” inside of them. Since founding 1 Girl Revolution in 2019, Bryan has created a podcast, an Emmy-nominated short documentary film, and a robust social media presence, all sharing the stories of women across the country who are improving the lives of others. “I believe that every woman has the power to change the world through her life,” Bryan says. “Every woman has a purpose and a value. Their stories deserve to be heard.” 1 Girl Revolution arose out of a moment of career frustration for Bryan. For six years after completing her master’s degree in public affairs and political communication, she worked […]
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