#22FOR22

WHAT SHOULD THE FUTURE LOOK LIKE FOR WOMEN, GIRLS AND NONBINARY PEOPLE? JOIN US TO CONNECT—AND MAP WHAT'S NEXT

All over the world, transformational activists and thinkers are pushing for change: change for our climate, our human rights, our reproductive freedoms, our mental health, our world. You’re invited to join them—for the virtual global summit 22 For ’22: Visions For a Feminist Future, hosted by The Meteor and presented in partnership with Gucci’s Chime for Change.

This free virtual event is open to everyone.

22 FOR '22 BRINGS TOGETHER A CROSS-GENERATIONAL GROUP OF VISIONARY LEADERS—AND ALL OF YOU—TO CREATE A BLUEPRINT FOR A BETTER TOMORROW.

Our host:

SYMONE D. SANDERS

Host of MSNBC's "Symone"

Featuring:

Amandla Stenberg

Actress and Artist

RAQUEL WILLIS

Award-winning Writer and Activist

DOLORES HUERTA

President and Founder, Dolores Huerta Foundation

CHRIS SMALLS

President of the Amazon Labor Union Based in Staten Island, NY 

JANICZA BRAVO

Award-winning Writer and Director

Tarana Burke

Author and Founder and Chief Vision Officer, 'me too.' Movement

BUSY PHILIPPS

New York Times Best-Selling Author, Actor, Activist

PAULA Avila-Guillen

Colombian Human Rights Lawyer and Executive Director, Women’s Equality Center

PAOLA RAMOS

Host, Vice News, Telemundo, MSNBC

Fatema Hosseini

Afghan Journalist and Master’s Student of Investigative Journalism at the University of Maryland

LACHI

Award-Winning Recording Artist, Disability Advocate, President and Founder of RAMPD, GRAMMY Advocacy Co-Chair (NY)

VOICE OF BACEPROT

Indonesian All-Female Rock Trio

BRANDON KAZEN-MADDOX

ASL Artist, Choreographer and Co-Founder of UP UNTIL NOW Collective

Shiori Ito

Japanese Journalist

AYISHA SIDDIQA

Human Rights and Environmental Justice Advocate and Co-founder, Polluters Out

MITZI JONELLE TAN

CONVENER, YOUTH ADVOCATES FOR CLIMATE ACTION PHILIPPINES

Paola Mendoza

Filmmaker, Author and Organizer

Ariman Scriba

Mental Health Advocate

ANNA ALBOTH

POLISH JOURNALIST AND MEDIA OFFICER, MINORITY RIGHTS GROUP

Kyra Peralte

Creator and CEO, The Traveling Diary

LEENA ALAM

Actor and Activist, Afghanistan

THEPROGRAM

OPENING FILM

Voiced by MICHELLE HURD


ACT I

THE POWER OF VISIBILITY


WELCOME

SYMONE D. SANDERS / Host, MSNBC’s “Symone” / @symonedsanders


TELLING OUR STORIES

TARANA BURKE / Author, Founder and Chief Vision Officer, ‘me too.’ Movement

JANICZA BRAVO / Award-winning Writer and Director


MY FIGHT IS FOR

SHIORI ITO / Journalist, Japan


LIVING WHOLE LIVES

RAQUEL WILLIS / Award-winning Writer and Activist

AMANDLA STENBERG / Actress and Artist


MY FIGHT IS FOR

ARIMAN SCRIBA / Mental Health Advocate, Italy


"GOD, ALLOW ME (PLEASE) TO PLAY MUSIC"

A performance by: VOICE OF BACEPROT / Indonesian All-Female Rock Trio


THE TRAVELING DIARY

KYRA PERALTE / Creator and CEO, The Traveling Diary


ACT II

LIVING THROUGH CONFLICT


“SAMIRA’S CAMERA”

Voiced by LEENA ALAM / Actor and Activist, Afghanistan


TRUTH, JOURNALISM AND HUMAN RIGHTS

PAOLA RAMOS / Host, Vice News, Telemundo News, MSNBC

FATEMA HOSSEINI / Journalist and Master’s Student of Investigative Journalism, The University of Maryland


MY FIGHT IS FOR

ANNA ALBOTH / Polish Journalist and Media Officer, Minority Rights Group International


SPOTLIGHT: DISPLACED

OLENA CHIANOVA / Ukrainian Citizen, Attorney, Mother

SYMONE D. SANDERS / Host, MSNBC’s “Symone”


ACT III

ORGANIZING FOR OUR FUTURE


MY FIGHT IS FOR

JODIE TURNER-SMITH / Actress, Director and Model


REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM: WHAT NOW?

PAULA AVILA-GUILLEN / Colombian Human Rights Lawyer and Executive Director, Women’s Equality Center

BUSY PHILIPPS / New York Times Best-Selling Author, Actor, Activist


THE NEW (AND FOREVER) LABOR MOVEMENT

DOLORES HUERTA / President and Founder, Dolores Huerta Foundation

CHRIS SMALLS / President of the Amazon Labor Union Based in Staten Island, NY

PAOLA MENDOZA / Filmmaker, Author and Organizer


SPOTLIGHT: CLIMATE JUSTICE

AYISHA SIDDIQA / Pakistani Human Rights and Environmental Justice Advocate and Co-founder, Polluters Out


MY FIGHT IS FOR

MITZI JONELLE TAN / Convener, Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines


“BIGGER PLANS”

A performance by:LACHI / Award-Winning Recording Artist, Disability Advocate, President and Founder of RAMPD, GRAMMY Advocacy Committee Co-Chair

BRANDON KAZEN-MADDOX / ASL Artist, Choreographer and Co-Founder of UP UNTIL NOW Collective

With special thanks to Shelly Guy, Director of Artistic Sign Language


CLOSING FILM

Host & Speaker Photo Credits:
Symone D. Sanders (Symone D. Sanders), Amandla Stenberg (Getty Images), Raquel Willis (Kat Slootsky), Dolores Huerta (Dolores Huerta Foundation), Chris Smalls (Eric Kelly), Janicza Bravo (Pat Martin), Tarana Burke (Dougal MacArthur), Busy Philipps (Autumn De Wilde), Paula Avila-Guillen (Pablo Salgado), Paola Ramos (Samantha Bloom), Fatema Hosseini (Fatema Hosseini), Lachi (Courtesy Lachi Music LLC), Voice of Baceprot (Anton Ismael), Brandon Kazen-Maddox (Travis Magee), Shiori Ito (Hanna Aqvilin), Ayisha Siddiqa (Alia Romagnoli), Mitzi Jonelle Tan (Jon Bonifacio), Paola Mendoza (Shayan Asgharnia), Ariman Scriba (Alessandro Zambon), Anna Alboth (Thomas Alboth), Kyra Peralte (Tinnetta Bell Photography), Leena Alam (Abdullah Rafiq)