Presented by Loskey

Change Agents

The world is opening up again. Find fresh inspiration with this collection of films and series showcasing extraordinary women—both fictional and real—who’ve overcome great hardships, found a way to forge new paths, and led the way to a place of hope.

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IMPACT with Gal Gadot

Six inspiring women around the world, living in some of the most dangerous and devastated communities, become catalysts for change in their communities.

When you educate and empower women, you change the world.

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Dolores

A gripping history lesson that sheds light on the methods, risks, and compromises requred to sustain a moment.

When you educate and empower women, you change the world.

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Wonder Woman 1984

Witty, nostalgic, and heartfelt, this sequel shows us a savvier, more emboldened Diana—the action hero we need right now.

When you educate and empower women, you change the world.

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Mrs. America

This award-winning, star-studded series about the historic fight to ratify the ERA explores the ideologies and political savvy of the women on both sides.

When you educate and empower women, you change the world.

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The 40-Year-Old Version

A semi-autobiographical film about a playwright who, struggling to stay relevant in mid-life, reinvents herself as a hip-hop artist.

When you educate and empower women, you change the world.

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Honeyland

A visually stunning, intimately told story of a Macedonian beekeeper struggling to keep her ancient traditions alive.

When you educate and empower women, you change the world.

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Jane Goodall: The Hope

An upbeat, awe-inspiring look at the life of the legendary scientist—and the young people she's galvanized to make a positive impact on the world.

When you educate and empower women, you change the world.

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Maiden

A lesson in surviving childhood trauma, channeling energy into a worthy cause, and fighting against all odds.

When you educate and empower women, you change the world.

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What the Constitution Means to Me

The filmed version of this Tony-winning show takes a witty and deeply personal look at our founding document and who it leaves behind.

When you educate and empower women, you change the world.

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Unorthodox

A young woman finds her voice after fleeing a suffocating life in an ultra-orthodox Brooklyn community.

When you educate and empower women, you change the world.

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Looking for more? Try these inspiring stories.

I Am Greta

Surprising and inspiring, I Am Greta is a testament to the power of one voice — no matter the age.  Watch it with the disenchanted young student in your life.

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The Queen’s Gambit

Between the terrific performances, the fantastic period details, and the way it approaches chess as a thrilling, tension-filled competitive sport, this series makes braininess cool.

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Maria

Kenya’s sweeping family drama has hooked 90% of the population with its tear-jerking story — while throwing East Africa’s rich and poor divide into stark relief.

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Birds of Prey

Star Margot Robbie, director Cathy Yan, and screenwriter Christina Hodson deliver a female-powered, action-packed showcase, not just for Harley Quinn but for several of the most fascinating women in the DC Universe.

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Workin’ Moms

When you can’t make it out of the house to attend a support group for new moms, this can be a great substitute. By showing the human side of motherhood, the series helps normalize maternal ambivalence, “mommy guilt,” and the pressure many women feel to be “perfect” moms.

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About Loskey

Change Agents is presented by Loskey, a sustainable clothing brand that helps empower women around the world. 

Former international development professional Lori Cunningham created Loskey to show how we can all play a small part in addressing the twin challenges of gender inequality and sustainability. It begins with the search for the perfect t-shirt. 

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