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Women's Work: Stories Behind the Movement

Women's Work, an original, multimedia series from Connecticut Public, features the stories of local women who share a common desire to be part of a collective effort – serving as leaders, trailblazers, artists, educators, advocates and entrepreneurs.

The series continues with six short films released weekly online and on social media. And Connecticut Public wants to include YOUR STORIES. Honor a sister, friend, mentor, mother or any woman who has made an impact on YOUR life, and we may feature your story online or on TV.  It's easy! Upload a photo and a brief story below!

HOST A SCREENING of Women's Work for Your Organization!

We provide materials to drive awareness about your event, post it on our own social media platforms, and get your audience fully engaged by sharing their own stories of inspiring women in their lives. Screening kits and access to the film are FREE!

HONOR A WOMAN whose work has inspired or challenged you! 

The first 50 stories chosen will receive two Connecticut Public "Women's Work" travel mugs
— one for you and one for gifting a hard-working friend.

Share Your Story

View instructions

1. Upload a photo, video, or audio file along with a brief description or narrative of your story.

2. Tell us about yourself (only your email address is required.) This way we'll be able to contact you if your story is approved.

All submissions will be reviewed prior to posting. Please review our Guidelines and Terms of Use prior to sharing your story with us.

View video tutorial on sharing your story

Share Your Story via Social Media

Use the hashtag #raiseherup when posting on social media.

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Facebook

Post your story directly on the Sharing Connecticut Facebook page and make sure to include the hashtag #raiseherup in your post.

Instagram

When posting to Instagram, include the hashtag #raiseherup in your caption (not as a comment.)

Note that 1) your Instagram account must not be set to "Private" (or we won't be able to see your posts), and 2) the #raiseherup hashtag must be in your caption, not as a comment to your post or another post.

YouTube

When posting to YouTube, include the hashtag #raiseherup in your video description.

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A collection of stories shared by others. Want to add yours? Share your story with us.

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