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Highlighting BIPOC Women

Representation matters. You matter.

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Inspiring stories about the BIPOC women you want to become.

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2 Happy Bipoc Women of Colour
What's in the newsletter?

Heroines. Lionesses. You.

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Women who shook up the world.

Fierce historical women who carried their own swords.
Heriones of history.

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Women making waves today.


Sometimes angels or hellraisers. Always strong women.
Lionnesses of today.

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Women finding their groove.

Emerging women ready to inherit their thrones.
You, your friends, your community.
R.H Sin:

They tried to burn her not knowing she was a flame.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez BIPOC Leader and Congresswoman AOC
"The time to be courageous is now"
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
United States Congresswoman
Our purpose

Empower and inspire.

Celebrate wins, build a community, and light the fire within you.
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  • Smart
  • Sassy
  • Powerful
17%
Of women who have been to space are BIPOC women.
We share more interesting facts like these in the newsletter.
The World's BIPOC Women
  • 1960
    Sirimavo Bandaranaike became the first elected female Prime Minister of a sovereign country (Sri Lanka).
  • 1975
    Junko Tabei became the first woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest.
  • 1987
    Aretha Franklin became the first woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
9
Prime Ministers and Presidents are BIPOC Women
And we're only just beginning.
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Everyone has a story worth telling.

Glowreel is a platform for all BIPOC women. A platform for you.

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Everyone has a story worth telling.

 Glowreel is a platform for all BIPOC women. A platform for you.

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Everyone has a story worth telling.

 Glowreel is a platform for all BIPOC women. A platform for you.

It's not all famous women.

We purposefully tell stories about women in our communities who are doing great things and could use the extra love and exposure. These are women starting businesses, up and coming in the sports world, scientists doing important work, or any women blazing trails in their chosen field. You could be featured, your friends could be featured. Everyone has a story to tell.
Tell us your story
Gina Carey:

A strong woman


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Whether you’re into business, beauty, academia, sports, the arts or politics (or anything really) our newsletters are here to inform and inspire you about everything to do with women of colour.
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Love
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Is Love
Kamala Harris:

I'm speaking. 🤚🏾

She slept with wolves

without fear,


for the wolves knew a lioness was among them.
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I love to see a young girl go out and grab the world by the lapels. Life's a bitch. You've got to go out and kick ass.

Maya Angelou
Poet and Activist
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I am not free while any woman is unfree, even when her shackles are very different from my own.

Audre Lorde
Writer and Activist
Let's glow ladies!

Glowreel women won't be switching up positions for you. Or anyone.

CEO
Our favourite position.
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Well behaved women
  • Rarely
  • Make
  • History
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LGBTQIA+

All women glow.

Your pronoun may help identify you. But it doesn't define you. You belong here.

You could be featured.

Tell us your story.

Your friends and family could be featured too. We're always looking for new stories to tell. Don't be shy, get in touch.
Message Us
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Shilpa Bhim - BIPOC Female Founder of Glowreel - Indian New Zealand Woman of Colour
Founder
  • Shilpa Bhim
    Started Glowreel in December 2020
  • Indian Descent
    Born and raised in New Zealand
  • First Class Honours
    First Class Honours in Political Science, and degrees in International Relations and English Literature

Why Glowreel?

I started Glowreel to create a space where you can learn about what BIPOC women all over the world have achieved, are achieving, or are on their way to achieving. The aim? To celebrate the wins, build a community of amazing people, and to encourage anyone who identifies as a woman of colour to blaze their own trail.
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Interested in joining?

We're always on the lookout so feel free to send through your resumé.
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