“One of us can be dismissed. Two of us can be ignored. But, together, we are a movement and we are Unstoppable.”
UNSTOPPABLE is a an advocacy campaign about women’s rights and gender equity. Powered by Planned Parenthood and fueled by the momentum of the women’s movement, #MeToo and #Times’sUp, UNSTOPPABLE leverages art, design and film to elevate the power of coming together and fighting for the right to control our own bodies, lives and futures.
As part of the UNSTOPPABLE campaign, and in partnership with Tanya Selvaratnam, a diverse group of artists from around the country came together to produce content and share information about a variety of issues and in support of women. www.UnstoppableNow.org. The work was recognized by the Brand Film Awards in New York for best mini-documentary series for good in May of 2019.
The Unstoppable site and visual identity was developed with Firebelly Design in Chicago in collaboration with the PP internal creative team. This site also won a Weby for activism and design in April of 2019.
See more at UnstoppableNow.org.
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Unstoppable Manifesto Video: Created for Planned Parenthood Action Fund and set to the music of the viral anthem ‘Quiet’ by MILCK, UNSTOPPABLE commemorates the one-year anniversary of the Women’s March and highlights the ways in which women are shaping public consciousness towards progress.
Also featured, “My Body is My Own” created with Cynthia Hill, “Everyday, I” by Alexa Lim Haas and “I Told Them,” Stephanie Wang-Breal. Other work featured as a part of Unstoppable included visual art by Zoe Buckman, Rachel Aliza Griffiths, Naomi Alderman and many other talented contributors.
The Planned Parenthood Unstoppable team included:
Dawn Laguens, Chief Brand Officer
Elizabeth Bawol: Senior Creative Director