22 For ‘22: Visions For a Feminist Future

Gucci’s CHIME FOR CHANGE partners with The Meteor to present second global gender equality summit

Building on the strength and power of the inaugural 21 For ’21 summit, Gucci’s CHIME FOR CHANGE has partnered once again with The Meteor to present the second annual global summit for gender equality, 22 For ’22: Visions For a Feminist Future, on May 9.

In its second year, the global gathering will feature 22 influential leaders, activists and artists from around the world—with the aim of connecting issues related to gender equality. Hosted by Symone D. Sanders, the celebrated author, political strategist, and host of MSNBC’s new show Symone, 22 For ’22 will kick off with a live event on April 26th in New York. The virtual summit will bring segments from the live event—plus others from additional contributors—to a larger audience, streaming live on May 9 and available for viewing worldwide on May 10.

“As a global company, we believe it is fundamental to convene, unite, and strengthen the voices speaking out for gender equality around the world, and this is why Gucci is proud to partner with The Meteor again this year to continue to advance meaningful progress.”

Susan Chokachi, President and CEO of Gucci America and member of Gucci’s Global Equity Board

Attendees will hear from a wide range of speakers and performers in a variety of formats, including conversations, short documentaries, performances, and more, covering topics from climate, democracy, and reproductive freedom to refugee crises, workers’ rights, and trans rights. Among the first wave of announced speakers are:

  • Amandla Stenberg, actress, artist, and CHIME FOR CHANGE Advisory Board member,
  • Ariman Scriba, Italian mental health advocate,
  • Dolores Huerta, iconic labor rights activist,
  • Fatema Hosseini, Afghan journalist,
  • Janicza Bravo, award-winning writer and director,
  • Kyra Peralte, creator of The Traveling Diary, which features hundreds of written submissions from women around the world since the beginning of COVID-19,
  • Mitzi Jonelle Tan, climate justice activist from the Philippines,
  • Paola Ramos, Vice News, Telemundo, and MSNBC host,
  • Paula Avila-Guillen, lawyer who led Colombia’s movement to decriminalize abortion,
  • Tarana Burke, author, founder and chief vision officer of the #MeToo movement.

To register for the free global summit, sign up at

The Meteor is a media company committed to using the power of journalism and storytelling to illuminate the modern movement for gender equity and racial justice. Powered by a collective of activists, journalists, and creators, The Meteor’s work has included the weekly show UNDISTRACTED by Brittany Packnett Cunningham, the widely popular Because of Anita, featuring the first-ever conversation between Anita Hill and Christine Blasey Ford, and more, including regular briefings and workshops on reproductive freedom, voting rights and other topics through its nonprofit affiliate The Meteor Fund.

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