‘Glamour’ Includes ‘Miss Virginia’ in Best Movies on Netflix List
January 21, 2021
The award-winning MPI Original feature film Miss Virginia starring three-time Emmy award-winner Uzo Aduba (Mrs. America, Orange Is the New Black) was recently highlighted by Glamour in the top 10 of its “53 Best Movies on Netflix You Can Watch Now” list. With over 3,700 movies currently streaming on Netflix, we are thrilled to be in the ranking.
Miss Virginia is inspired by the story of Virginia Walden Ford, a struggling single mother from a low-income neighborhood in Washington, DC. Affectionately called “Miss Virginia” and “the Education Lady” by neighborhood children, Virginia fought to create a scholarship program for her at-risk son and children like him. And she won.
There couldn’t be a better time for you to use this inspiring film as a tool to rally the parents, community leaders, and politicians in your neighborhood by hosting a Miss Virginia screening.
We have the tools and resources you need to help inspire your audience—such as MPI’s action-oriented discussion guide that details how you can best position your children for success—and we can also connect you with local partner organizations to help effect positive change within your community.
Inspire your family, friends, neighbors, and local policy makers by hosting a screening and start your movement for change today. Click here to receive more information on hosting a screening of your own.