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Special Performance Video in honor of Vital Voices

as seen on NowThis Next: The Vital Voices of 2021! on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network

We are honored that a special performance of “Steady As We Go” aired on OWN TV October 25th, during the primetime special ‘Yes We Did! The Vital Voices Of 2021’ NowThis NEXT Star Studded Primetime Special with Presenting Sponsor P&G. Thank you Naz Massaro for collaborating with us to create this uplifting video and we are grateful to Vital Voices for allowing us to include your inspiring footage. ‘Yes We Did! Celebrated the critical role women leaders play in creating a more equitable and just world for us all. Watch the full broadcast special and check out our “Steady As We Go” video here.


‘Yes We Did! touched on the most pressing issues women are facing right now, including: mental health, racial justice, climate justice, women and girls’ rights around the world with a special focus on Afghanistan. Yes We Did! The Vital Voices of 2021 was hosted by NowThis Producer and Correspondent Luria Freeman and featured legacy changemakers, celebrities, and thought leaders including Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, actor and activist Eva Longoria, actor Kristen Bell, actor Nicole Maines, singer, dancer, and actor JoJo Siwa, actor Garcelle Beauvais, actor and singer Skye Dakota Turner, author, podcaster, and purpose coach Jay Shetty, Netflix executive Bozoma Saint John, designer and philanthropist Diane von Furstenberg, and Vital Voices CEO Alyse Nelson as they amplify the voices of inspiring women in the Vital Voices global network who are solving the world’s greatest challenges. This year’s Vital Voices honorees include poet and activist Amanda Gorman, racial justice activist Chelsea Miller and youth climate activist Xiye Bastida.


This video was shot and edited by Nazrin Massaro, Co-Directed by Connie Lim and Nazrin Massaro, and produced by Maile Zambuto and Brianna Arnolde. Styling by Michelle Wu. 

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Photograph by Brianna Arnolde


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