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Film on reproductive choice premiered at Sundance in 2003

UNSTOPPABLE film for Planned Parenthood 2019

20 min film on the 10,000 year history of women + power
premiered on Refinery 29  and TEDWomen 2016

 What's Your Pledge?- Interactive activation on Gender Justice

Roe V. Wade 6' x 9x' Lightbox



Honored by Newsweek as one of the "Women Shaping the 21st Century," Tiffany Shlain is an artist, activist, Emmy-nominated filmmaker, national bestselling author, and the founder of the Webby Awards. Working across mediums, from sculptures, films, to performance, Shlain's work explores the intersection of feminism, philosophy, technology, neuroscience, and nature. The Museum of Modern Art in New York premiered her one-woman spoken cinema show, Dear Human, and her recent art exhibition, Human Nature, was presented by the National Women’s History Museum. The centerpiece sculpture from that show, DENDROFEMONOLOGY, A Feminist History Tree Ring, will be installed on the National Mall in DC Nov 1-4 and a large-scale photograph of the work is part of the de Young OPEN at the de Young Museum of Fine Arts this fall. The Nancy Hoffman Gallery in New York will be presenting her Human Nature solo exhibition in 2024. Shlain is also creating an exhibition with Ken Goldberg for the Getty Museum's Pacific Standard Time: Art & Science Collide art initiative at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles set for Oct 2024.Her awards and distinctions include selection by the Albert Einstein Foundation for their Genius100 list, the Neil Postman Award for Career Achievement in Intellectual Activity, and inclusion in NPR’s list of best commencement speeches. Shlain is known for her dynamic cinematic talk experiences and performs internationally. Her films have had multiple premieres at the Sundance Film Festival, received over 60 awards, and have been shown at US embassies around the world to represent America. Shlain’s book, 24/6: Giving up Screens One Day a Week to Get More Time, Creativity, and Connection, received the Marshall McLuhan Outstanding Book Award. Shlain is represented by Nancy Hoffman Gallery. @tiffanyshlain


Let it Ripple, the producer of this activation, is a nonpartisan 501(c)3 organization known for its global art activations, award-winning films and original series, and live and virtual experiences. Founded by artist and activist Tiffany Shlain, and transgender filmmaker and activist Sawyer Steele, Let it Ripple’s mission is to inspire audiences to think about what it means to be an engaged human in today’s evolving world. Their original series The Future Starts Here was nominated for an Emmy Award. Their films have won 60 awards, been viewed over 50 million times, and play across all platforms -- theatrical, television, and nearly all streaming platforms. Their art projects and films have premiered at MoMA and Sundance Film Festival, and have been selected by the US State Department to represent the US at embassies around the world. Their global events, including 50/50 Day about gender equity and Character Day about the science of Character, have engaged millions around the globe. They have a new film about the adolescent brain coming out spring of 2024. 


Founded in 1996, the National Women’s History Museum (NWHM) is an innovative museum dedicated to uncovering, interpreting, and celebrating women’s diverse contributions to society. A renowned leader in women’s history education, the Museum brings to life the countless untold stories of women throughout history, and serves as a space for all to inspire, experience, collaborate, and amplify women’s impact—past, present, and future. We strive to fundamentally change the way women and girls see their potential and power.  NWHM fills in major omissions of women in history books and K-12 education, providing scholarly content and educational programming for teachers, students, and parents. We reach more than five million visitors each year through our online content and education programming and, in March 2023, mounted  an exhibit at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in downtown Washington, DC, We Who Believe in Freedom: Black Feminist DC. The Museum is a nonpartisan, nonprofit 501(c)3. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and visit at


Women Connect4Good, Inc., is a 501(c)3 with a single mission: women (and men) supporting women, without exclusion. That means working to ensure that all women have access to education, healthcare, housing, and employment opportunities, and putting an end to violence against women and girls and discrimination in all forms. It means connecting with other organizations working for the advancement of women and girls and increasing our reach, so no woman’s voice goes unheard.  We are committed to increasing women’s empowerment and achieving gender equality. We know that true gender equity does not currently exist, and as we work toward it, we must advocate for each other. We must support and encourage each other in our homes and offices, acting as advisors, mentors and friends. We envision a world where women are able to realize their fullest potential, finding strength and support in each other. Women helping women is our greatest self-help tool, and that mission that drives everything we do.

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