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International Day Of The Girl 2016: Gabby Douglas, Chloe Grace Moretz And More Promote Female Empowerment With #ActuallySheCan Campaign

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Today, October 11, we celebrate International Day Of The Girl. This year's theme is “Girls’ Progress = Goals’ Progress: A Global Girl Data Movement." The motivation behind which is that unless there is real progress made in empowering girls from all corners of the world, we will be unable to achieve the global goals of tackling inequality, reversing climate change and ending poverty.
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