Are you coming to our show?! Guess who is!!


We are honored to have Hawa Diallo, Head of the Civil Society Unit, UN Department of Global Communications, kick off the opening night of our mainstage show on Wednesday, April 10th, at 7pm.

“I am in awe of the impact that Girl Be Heard has made globally under the leadership of Jessica Greer Morris by bringing the voices of young women to the forefront of the discussion on the SDGs.
World watch out.
The power of Girl Be Heard is here to stay!” 

-Hawa Diallo
Head of the Civil Society Unit, UN Department of Global Communications

 We are so fortunate to have Hawa and the Civil Society Office of the United Nations Department of Global Communications as our lead partner for our opening night.

2030: The Future is Ours
Let's make the UN Sustainable Development Goals a reality!


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Show Location
TADA! Youth Theater 15 West 28th Street, NYC

Dates & Times 
Wednesday, April 10th, 7pm
Talkback: Hawa Diallo Head of the Civil Society Unit, UN Department of Global Communications
Lead Partner: United Nations Department of Global Communications

Thursday, April 11th, 7pm

Friday, April 12th, 7pm 
Lead Partner: Kota

Saturday, April 13th, 7pm
Talkback: H.E. Pennelope Beckles Ambassador of Trinidad and Tobago
to the United Nations & President of UN Women Executive Board

Wednesday, April 17th, 7pm
Talkback: NYC Council Member Vanessa Gibson 
Lead Partner: NYC Council Women’s Caucus

Thursday, April 18th, 7pm

Talkback: Jackie Shapiro, ECPAT Board Chair
Lead Partners: Anti-Trafficking Coalition ECPAT USA Sanctuary for Families 

Friday, April 19th, 7pm
Talkback: Pastor Lisa Miles Boyce & Jordan Sanchez 
of GBH's Program at Tremont Church
Lead Partner: West Side Against Hunger

Saturday, April 20th, 2pm 
(Note special time!)


Global Citizenship, Decolonized Love, Solidarity:

  • Youth all over the world are struggling with similar human rights issues (from hunger and poverty to lack of education and quality healthcare)

  • GBH partners with sister human rights organization since it makes all of our social justice movement stronger.  It is through solidarity and community organizing that we resist oppression and isolation.

  • We know it is possible to rise above adversity using art and activism.

Girl Be Heard