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Girl Talk: Filipina Teens Make Their Move
Modess launched the book Girl Talk, giving young girls everywhere a voice! Check out what happened by browsing through the photos.
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Modess recently unveiled a special edition publication called Girl Talk. It is a compilation of messages for the country's leaders from teen girls who were still too young to vote in the recent national elections. The best part about this culminating project from the campaign "Your Move, Your Voice" is that the book will be delivered to the different offices of our senators for their consideration.

To represent the brand and the movement, brand ambassadors Barbie Forteza, Louise delos Reyes, and Bea Binene were in attendance to share what they wanted to voice out to the politicians! Other celebrities, bloggers, media, and Filipina teens from different schools also attended to be encourage and learn more about being an influecer from different youth leaders and thought influencers.

Want to know more about the book and what went down at the event? Just click on the gallery below to see more!

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