Cara Delevingne's latest campaign has her partnering with Puma to tell the stories of badass women all over the world. In a new series of mini documentary films called #DoYouStories, Delevingne travels to Uganda, the U.S. and Canada to meet with and highlight the stories of women refugees, spoken-word poets, martial arts teachers and more.
The series was kicked off by a trip Delevingne took to Uganda with the United Nations' Girl Up foundation to meet refugees from South Sudan in January, she explains in the first film. "What shocked me most was their strength," she says. "It inspired me to create this #DoYou docu-series with Puma, because I wanted to do more and I wanted to give women a platform where they could share their stories."
In the following episodes, Delevingne participates in poetry sessions with Get Lit, a program aimed at increasing literacy amongst low-income students, speaks with anti-bullying activists and takes martial arts lessons from a hijab-wearing doctor through an organization called Martial Smarts.
"This is one of the most incredible experiences I've ever had in my life," Delevingne said in a press release. "It really was completely life changing."
Watch every episode below.