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New York Times
69 d ago
A ‘Star Wars’ Salvo in the Toy-Store Gender Wars
Disney animated shorts and merchandise will celebrate female characters. The initiative comes after critics took the company to task over lack of gender parity.
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CNN
69 d ago
The women of 'Star Wars' are getting their own series
The women of "Star Wars" are getting a chance to conquer the universe.
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Gawker Media
70 d ago
Women of Star Wars Get Highlighted in New Series of Animated Shorts
Disney and Lucasfilm have started this year’s Star Wars Celebration on the right foot, announcing a new series of animated shorts called Forces of Destiny... all about some of Star Wars’ most iconic female characters, with several of the actresses reprising their starring roles.
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Mashable
70 d ago
Who run the galaxy? Star Wars women get their own cartoon series and toys.
Despite the presence of Princess Leia, Queen Amidala, Rey, and Jyn Erso on our screens, it can't be said often enough: the Star Wars franchise isn't just for boys.
That point will be driven home this summer by a new initiative called Star Wars: Forces of Destiny. It's a series of toys and cartoons, aimed at a younger demographic, where the women of Star Wars take center stage. 
SEE ALSO: We could learn a lot about 'The Last Jedi' and new Han Solo movie this weekend
Narrated by Maz Kanata (Lupita Nyong’o), Forces of Destiny will offer 16 animated shorts, each around three minutes long, which will be available online and on the Disney Channel beginning in July.  Read more...
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