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Girls of Daraja Trilogy
Three films by Barbara Rick:
“Girls of Daraja” - Daraja Academy is a revolutionary idea, a secondary school where remarkable Kenyan girls, otherwise forgotten due to the lack of school fees, are given the one thing they desire most: a chance to succeed.
“School of My Dreams” - This follow-up to Girls of Daraja is a moving portrait of the students of Daraja Academy, a free Kenyan boarding school for exceptional girls living in poverty.
“Daraja Girls: Powerful Beyond Measure” - This third film documents an historic cultural exchange with high schools in Northern California as two Daraja students and their principal journey to the U.S. for the first time, sharing powerful stories about the impact of girls’ education worldwide.
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