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milliebobbybrown

mills

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  • moonlight ☆
  • moonlight ☆

  •  0  24,336  6 July, 2020
  • date night w boo
  • date night w boo

  •  0  8,848  4 July, 2020
  • Loved talking with @netflixqueue about filming @strangerthingstv with my best friends, working with UNICEF, and my future dreams. Photos by @jasonbellphoto !! Link to read the full interview in bio. ♡♡♡
  • Loved talking with @netflixqueue about filming @strangerthingstv with my best friends, working with UNICEF, and my future dreams. Photos by @jasonbellphoto !! Link to read the full interview in bio. ♡♡♡

  •  0  20,550  3 July, 2020
  • hydration is key for summertime skin and filming these is not easy! ✨ follow my step-by-step summer routine for keeping my skin feeling reset, refreshed and replenished! enjoy and love you fam! ☁ @florencebymills
  • hydration is key for summertime skin and filming these is not easy! ✨ follow my step-by-step summer routine for keeping my skin feeling reset, refreshed and replenished! enjoy and love you fam! ☁ @florencebymills

  •  0  15,182  27 June, 2020
  • straight or curlyyyy 🖤
  • straight or curlyyyy 🖤

  •  0  81,132  23 June, 2020
  • To make a difference in today’s pandemic and in the future, we need to believe in our power as young women. And our power comes not from blaming the system, but from changing it. From using love to heal and mend the broken parts of our world.

To better humanity, we need to harness all of the tools and talents we’ve acquired and work together to accelerate change. In our globalised world, our voices will only be effective in overcoming oppression if they are unified and collaborative. 
The more we build on the power of solidarity, the more ready we’ll be for the future. As the world becomes a global village, the struggles of the next decade will require international solidarity. 
To use your voice in our collaborative global response to #COVID19, demand action at @ONE. #passthemic #oneworld
  • To make a difference in today’s pandemic and in the future, we need to believe in our power as young women. And our power comes not from blaming the system, but from changing it. From using love to heal and mend the broken parts of our world.

    To better humanity, we need to harness all of the tools and talents we’ve acquired and work together to accelerate change. In our globalised world, our voices will only be effective in overcoming oppression if they are unified and collaborative.
    The more we build on the power of solidarity, the more ready we’ll be for the future. As the world becomes a global village, the struggles of the next decade will require international solidarity.
    To use your voice in our collaborative global response to #COVID19, demand action at @ONE. #passthemic #oneworld

  •  0  2,960  22 June, 2020
  • Thank you Millie, it is an honour to be here with you and your community of fellow girl bosses. Like Millie said, I’m @aya_chebbi and I created the first ever African Union Special Envoy on Youth (@auyouthenvoy) and am the founder of @AfrikaYouthMovement and @Afresist. I’m excited to talk to you about how we can come together as young women around the world to fight the effects that #COVID19 is having on access to education and to make sure our sisters everywhere stay empowered. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic schools and universities all over the world are closed. In fact, over 1.53 billion learners have had their education disrupted, 743 million of whom are girls. While many of us can easily adapt to e-learning at home, not everyone has so much privilege. In certain parts of the world, there is very limited access to the internet and tech devices like computers and phones. In low and middle-income countries, surveys show that boys are 1.5 times more likely to own a phone than girls and 1.8 times more likely to own a smartphone that can access the internet. That's why we have to empower girls during this crisis to have equal access to
socio-economic and digital opportunities. 
To hear more, head over to Millie’s Stories today. To join the fight for equitable access to youth education during the COVID-19 pandemic, demand global coordinated action at @ONE. #passthemic #oneworld
  • Thank you Millie, it is an honour to be here with you and your community of fellow girl bosses. Like Millie said, I’m @aya_chebbi and I created the first ever African Union Special Envoy on Youth (@auyouthenvoy) and am the founder of @AfrikaYouthMovement and @Afresist. I’m excited to talk to you about how we can come together as young women around the world to fight the effects that #COVID19 is having on access to education and to make sure our sisters everywhere stay empowered. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic schools and universities all over the world are closed. In fact, over 1.53 billion learners have had their education disrupted, 743 million of whom are girls. While many of us can easily adapt to e-learning at home, not everyone has so much privilege. In certain parts of the world, there is very limited access to the internet and tech devices like computers and phones. In low and middle-income countries, surveys show that boys are 1.5 times more likely to own a phone than girls and 1.8 times more likely to own a smartphone that can access the internet. That's why we have to empower girls during this crisis to have equal access to
    socio-economic and digital opportunities.
    To hear more, head over to Millie’s Stories today. To join the fight for equitable access to youth education during the COVID-19 pandemic, demand global coordinated action at @ONE. #passthemic #oneworld

  •  0  2,498  22 June, 2020
  • When we’re already doing everything we can to social distance and keep each other safe from #COVID19, it’s easy to feel powerless. But while it can be heavy and scary at times, it’s also a great opportunity for us to learn more about how we can support our sisters around the world who don’t have the kind of access to healthcare, technology, and education that many of us are so lucky to have. That’s why I’m thrilled to #PassTheMic to Aya Chebbi
(@aya_chebbi), the first ever African Union Special Envoy on Youth and founder of @AfrikaYouthMovement and @Afresist. I’m a huge fan and so inspired by the work she does. She is here today to talk to us about how COVID-19 is affecting youth education around the world and how we can come together to make sure young women everywhere have access to learning opportunities. I can’t wait for you to meet her.

To join our coordinated, global response to COVID-19, demand
action at @ONE. #passthemic #oneworld
  • When we’re already doing everything we can to social distance and keep each other safe from #COVID19, it’s easy to feel powerless. But while it can be heavy and scary at times, it’s also a great opportunity for us to learn more about how we can support our sisters around the world who don’t have the kind of access to healthcare, technology, and education that many of us are so lucky to have. That’s why I’m thrilled to #PassTheMic to Aya Chebbi
    (@aya_chebbi), the first ever African Union Special Envoy on Youth and founder of @AfrikaYouthMovement and @Afresist. I’m a huge fan and so inspired by the work she does. She is here today to talk to us about how COVID-19 is affecting youth education around the world and how we can come together to make sure young women everywhere have access to learning opportunities. I can’t wait for you to meet her.

    To join our coordinated, global response to COVID-19, demand
    action at @ONE. #passthemic #oneworld

  •  0  4,650  22 June, 2020