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Mini role models
A new photo series turns a game of dress-up into an empowering history lesson for kids, and their parents.
Girl Scouts U.S.A. C.E.O. Anna Maria Chávez was the inspiration behind this photo of a suit-clad little girl clutching cookie boxes.
Eunique Jones Gibson's photo series shows kids playing the role of figures present and past, like Anne Frank.
A smiling little girl in over-sized glasses plays the role of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences' Cheryl Boone Isaacs, the first African American head of the academy.
The signature eyebrows and floral headpiece easily identify this little girl as the artist Frida Kahlo.
Strands of pearls and an American flag pin signify Hillary Clinton in this portrait.
In Gibson's photo series, one little girl tries Janet Reno's signature round glasses on for size.
America's first female secretary of state, Madeleine Albright, is among the role model figures represented by children in Gibson's new photo series.
At just 16, Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai is hardly much older than the girl who portrays her in the photo series.
A grown-up hairstyle and sheath dress transform this little girl into First Lady Michelle Obama.
Entertainer and vaudeville vet Moms Mabley inspired this portrait.
Mother Teresa was among the diverse mix of female role models past and present to inspire the works in Gibson's latest photo series.
Susan B. Anthony inspired this work in Gibson's show, as well as a photo in Jamie Moore's inspirational photo series Not Just a Girl, starring her daughter.
Feminist pioneers Dorothy Pitman Hughes and Gloria Steinem were the inspirations behind this empowering photo.