When Meghan Markle was 11-years-old, she saw a sexist Proctor & Gamble ad and decided to write a letter to the company asking them to change it.
They did…and she made Nick News for her efforts.
Many years later, the Archewell Foundation — launched by Meghan and Harry — announced they’d formed a multi-year partnership with the pharmaceutical giant. And — you guessed it — the focus was once again on gender equality.
“Building on Archewell Foundation’s work with organizations such as Girls Inc. and National Women’s Law Center, the partnership will elevate the voices of adolescent girls to ensure their point of view and lived experience is heard at the tables where decisions are made,” said the online statement, per Fox Business. “Expanding on P&G’s collaboration with Promundo, together we will underscore the importance of engaging men and boys in the drive for gender equity throughout society and encourage shared caregiving at home so everyone in the family can thrive.”