Media That Matters Film Festival: A Girl Like Me

From the Media That Matters Film Festival press release:

Since its launch in 2001, several festival films have gone on to create change, including playing a role catalyzing national legislation and informing corporate hiring practices. Following its debut in the 2006 festival, A GIRL LIKE ME, a short video about young African American girls’ perceptions of race, became an online phenomenon, ultimately reaching millions of viewers and earning its 16-year-old creator an appearance on Oprah.

More information about the festival, including this year's lineup here.