2007: Jennifer Siebel Newsom starts production of Miss Representation
January 22, 2011: Premiere of Miss Representation at the 27th Annual Sundance Film Festival
October 20, 2011: Miss Representation premiered on the OWN Network
January 25, 2015: Premiere of The Mask You Live In at the 31st Annual Sundance Film Festival
August 11, 2016: The Mask You Live In Screening at San Quentin Prison, hosted by the Insight Prison Project—featured subjects in the film
April 15, 2019: Premiere of The Great American Lie at the 62nd San Francisco International Film Festival
October 2, 2020: The Great American Lie launched on streaming
June 14, 2022: Premiere of Fair Play at the Tribeca Festival in New York City
Summer 2011: Launch of Miss Representation educational curriculum
January 2015: Launch of The Mask You Live In educational curriculum
August 15, 2015: Launch of the Global Youth Advisory Council
August 6, 2016: Hosted the Global Youth Leadership Summit
Summer 2017: Created the Youth Media Lab
August 5, 2017: 2nd Annual Global Youth Leadership Summit
October 6, 2018: 3rd Annual Youth Media Summit
June 3, 2019: Launch of Youth Media Academy in Oakland and Los Angeles
August, 2019: Launch of The Great American Lie educational curriculum
October 5, 2019: 4th Annual Youth Media Summit
June 15, 2020: 2nd annual Youth Media Academy held virtually
June 14, 2021: 3rd annual Youth Media Academy held virtually across the globe and in-person in Cuentepec, Mexico, and Billings, Montana
July/August 2022: Next-Gen Filmmakers Academy held in person at Anahuacalmecac International University Preparatory in Los Angeles, CA and virtually across the globe.
December 2018: Published the first comprehensive The Representation Project Impact Report
June 2019: Published the first annual Youth Media Academy Impact Report
December 2019: Published the 2nd annual The Representation Project Impact Report
June 2020: Published the 2nd annual Youth Media Academy Impact Report
April 25, 2021: Published the 1st annual Oscars Report measuring intersectional gender representations in Best Picture Winners
May 29, 2021: Hosted the 5th Annual State of Media Summit in partnership with CIME and Provincetown Film Institute
May 27, 2021: Released the 1st annual State of Media Report – the most comprehensive assessment in films, television, video games, ads and music
August 3, 2021: Published the first #RespectHerGame Report examining representations of gender in primetime media coverage of the first week of the 2020 Olympic Games held in Tokyo, Japan (rescheduled to 2021 due to the global pandemic)
September 17, 2021: Published the first annual Emmy Report measuring intersectional gender representations in Outstanding Drama and Outstanding Comedy series winners since these awards have been in existence.
February 15, 2022: Published the second #RespectHerGame Report examining representations of gender in primetime media coverage of the first week of the 2022 Winter Olympics held in Beijing, China.
March 28, 2022: Published the 2nd annual Oscars Report measuring intersectional gender representations for leading characters and directors of Best Picture winners.
April 14, 2022: Released the 2nd annual State of Media Report Card, a comprehensive examination of the current state of representation in film, television, advertising, video games, and music.
June 23, 2022: Published the path breaking #AllBodies Report on the representations of fat women and girls in Hollywood.
September 13, 2022: Published the Power Your Style Report in partnership with TRESemmé on the effect of double binds on women’s style, sense of self and achievement.
December 2011: Launched #NotBuyingIt to call out sexist and degrading advertisements and products during the holiday shopping season
January 2012: Revolutionized 2012 Super Bowl ads using the #NotBuyingIt hashtag campaign
February 2014: Launched #AskHerMore at the Academy Awards in partnership with Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls, ELLE, and Upworthy that revolutionized sexism on the red carpet
February 2016: Launched #BeAModelMan during Super Bowl 50 in partnership with Futures Without Violence, Promundo, and Obscura Digital
July 19, 2016: Launched #RepresentHer to encourage women’s leadership at the Republican and Democratic National Conventions
October 2017: Teamed up with Justin Baldoni’s #ManEnough campaign to promote healthy masculinity
January 21, 2017: The Representation Project marches in the 1st Annual Women’s March in Washington, DC and San Francisco, CA
February 2018: Launched the #AskMoreOfHim campaign at The Academy Awards in partnership with #TimesUp
October 2, 2020: Launched the #CareForEquality campaign with the streaming release of The Great American Lie
February 2021: Teamed up with One Fair Wage to launch #RaiseTheWage
May 2021: Launched the Power Hour featuring inspiring powerful change-makers working on intersectional gender justice issues.
May 2021: Teamed up with CareForce the Marshall Plan for Moms Campaign
July 2021: Launched the #RespectHerGame campaign encouraging people to call out sexist sports coverage and demand better for women athletes
September 2021: Launched Miss Rep’s Book Club – a community engaging in diverse works by diverse creatives.
March 2022: Launched #ChangeIcons – a celebration of the contributions of women historical figures who have largely been overlooked.
June 2022: Launched the #AllBodies campaign to bust fat myths and raise awareness about the social injustice of fatphobia (especially for women) and the fat tax on retail clothing.