Cara Delevingne has teamed up with PUMA to produce a four-part docu-series focusing on women's empowerment and sharing women's stories.
In the first episode, Cara teams up with the UNHCR and visits refugee camps in Uganda to hear the experiences of the women there. In the next, the model/actor meets the women behind "Get Lit," a program designed to "increase literacy, empowerment, and self-expression."
Over the course of the series, Cara also learns self-defense from Dr. Ryhana Dawood and speaks to bullying survivors and activists Daniela and Natalie about overcoming hate.
To accompany the series, PUMA and Cara designed two pairs of "Do You" Basket Heart laces, the sales of which support the UNHCR. They are available from Foot Lockers across Europe and in the U.S., and from PUMA's website.
Watch the introduction to the series above, then each individual episode below.
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