Award-winning documentary filmmaker, author, and feminist activist Emily Lindin is the founder of The UnSlut Project, an online community where young survivors of sexual assault and harassment can share their stories and find solidarity. Emily has been featured on ABC with Katie Couric, CNN, The Doctors, Al Jazeera America, NPR’s Here and Now, and at Amber Rose’s SlutWalk sharing her experience overcoming the label of “slut” as an eleven-year-old girl. Now a Harvard graduate and recent Ph.D., Emily started The UnSlut Project by posting her annotated middle school diary on Wattpad and later publishing it as a book, UnSlut: A Diary and a Memoir (Zest). Her crowd-funded project, UnSlut: A Documentary Film, is currently screening on high school and college campuses around North America. She lives with her husband, baby daughter, and dog in the San Francisco bay area.
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