If you’ve ever wanted Hillary Clinton, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, and Amy Schumer to make a hip hop music video together, your dreams have just come true. Well, almost.
On Tuesday, GoldieBlox, a toy company whose goal is to increase girls’ interest in STEM fields, released a video that features young girls (many of whom are YouTube stars themselves) starring as these female icons, rapping along to pop group Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It.”
Along with Clinton, Ginsberg, and Schumer, the “Fast-Forward Girls” video includes younger versions of Misty Copeland, the first black principal ballerina of American Ballet Theater; Jen Welter, the NFL’s first female coach; and Viola Davis, the first woman of color to win a best actress Emmy award for drama series. Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, U.S. soccer star Abby Wambach, and creator of the viral #ILookLikeAnEngineer movement Isis Anchalee also make appearances.
Following Anchalee’s lead, each role model in the video holds up a sign as a symbol of her accomplishments. Hillary Clinton’s says #ILookLikeAPresident, Amy Schumer’s is #ILookLikeAComedian, while Abby Wambach’s reads #ILookLikeAWorldChampion.
“With the launch of Fast-Forward Girls, we’re celebrating today’s role models and the generation of girls they’ve inspired—the girls who have broken the mold, blazed a trail, and made it happen. In 2015, these ten women in politics, entertainment, sport, and STEM are the leading ladies that we all hope to grow up to be, proving that anything—and we mean anything—is possible,” writes GoldieBlox community manager Jayme Brown on the company’s blog.
Watch the full video here:
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