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NEWS X MUSE Manny Gomez spoke with EMILY WORTHMORE, NISHA MURALI, FAITH GLASGOW & CECILIA BARTIN. They are some of the girls that share their experience in the Apple Original Film, “Girls State”. The documentary follows them and other teenage girls who participate in an immersive experience to learn what it means to build America’s democracy from the ground up. They take on several different roles and get a better perspective on what it takes to be in those positions.

“Girls State” premieres globally on Apple TV+ on April 5th.

During our conversation with the young ladies for “Girls State” they share aspects of their experience in the program and in the film. This includes sharing their views on politics before and after, looking back at their journey on a screen, and if being on camera added any more pressure to their mission. It’s a great conversation that you can check out above!

Here is the synopsis for Apple’s Original Film “Girls State

What would American democracy look like in the hands of teenage girls? A political coming-of-age story and a stirring reimagination of what it means to govern, “Girls State” follows young female leaders — from wildly different backgrounds across Missouri — as they navigate an immersive experiment to build a government from the ground up.