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Published on March 8th, 2020 | by Jerry Doby


YouTube Shares Trailer for Creators for Change with Michelle Obama, Liza Koshy and more

Today YouTube unveiled the official trailer for Creators for Change on Girls’ Education with Michelle Obama, Liza Koshy, Prajakta Koli, and Thembe Mahlaba – the first installment from the upcoming YouTube Originals learning series, “Creators for Change.”  The special will launch Tuesday, March 17 on


In the first episode of “Creators for Change,” YouTube creators Liza Koshy (Liza Koshy), Prajakta Koli (MostlySane), and Thembe Mahlaba (Pap Culture) sit down with Michelle Obama and the Obama Foundation to discuss the state of girls’ education around the world. This special takes viewers to Vietnam, India, and Namibia where the creators visit programs supported by the Girls Opportunity Alliance and speak with adolescent girls who are overcoming adversity to pursue their education.

Michelle Obama and Liza Koshy were also joined by Julia Roberts, Lana Condor, Ngô Thanh Vân (Veronica Ngo), and the TODAY show’s Jenna Bush Hager on their trip to Vietnam, where they met with girls benefiting from a program throughRoom to Read, a nonprofit organization that advances gender equality through education.

YouTube Originals’ “Creators for Change” learning series feature international luminaries and YouTube creators who are bringing global attention to the stories and causes close to their hearts. Details and participants for additional episodes will be announced later this year.

Click HERE for more information on Girls Opportunity Alliance and the programs featured in the special.

Creators for Change on Girls’ Education is directed by Joanna Forscher with Co-Executive Producer Chloe Chapman, and produced by Vox Media Studios. Susanne Daniels is Global Head of Original Content for YouTube. Nadine Zylstra, Head of Learning for YouTube Originals, along with Laurel Stier and Lauren Vrazilek on the Learning Development team oversee the project.

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