World renowned, Carol’s Daughter, has recently launched a #BornandMade female empowerment campaign celebrating the individuality of every girl.
According to bornandmade.com, Carol’s Daughter teamed up with the “I Am That Girl” movement to inspire women “to be who they were truly born and made to be and not what others think you are supposed to be.”
Michaela Angela Davis, Estelle, Abiola and even myself, are among the many women that have joined the movement by uploading pictures of themselves and explaining where they are from, who’s daughter they are and what makes them so exceptional.
Carol’s Daughter has been around for over 20 years providing natural skin and hair care products. Each product is intended to embolden your natural beauty.
“ ‘I Am That Girl’ is a movement inspiring girls to love and express and be exactly who they are,” according to the I Am That Girl website. In 2008, Alexis Jones and Emily Greener founded this trailblazing nonprofit organization, with a commitment to inspire girls to know their self-worth.
“It’s important for girls to understand and recognize their power and the right way to use it. To remind them of who they are and what they are and how they are in the world and to not let them feel insignificant,” said Lisa Price, founder of Carol’s Daughter, in a statement.
These women are on a mission to change the world and its view of women. They are embracing women of all races and ethnicities to be who you were truly born to be. Upload your selfie and tell the world why you’re so remarkable at bornandmade.com