FOREVERSTAN is The GroundTruth Project’s immersive, online, interactive experience that features video news stories adapted from the feature-length documentary WHAT TOMORROW BRINGS. Filmed between 2009 and 2015, Director Beth Murphy’s short films reveal what is at stake for girls’ education at a dramatic turning point in Afghanistan’s history.
San Diego Union Tribune, February 2 2017 Film festival explores, exposes, educates and advocates social justice issues
duPont Awards 2017, January 25 2017 Foreverstan: The Girls’ School and Razia’s Way
The Atlantic, November 10 2016 The Audacity of a Girls' School in Rural Afghanistan
New York Times, October 29 2016 Op-Doc: Pashtana's Lesson
AOL Build, October 29 2016 Beth Murphy and Razia Jan discuss their film, "What Tomorrow Brings"
Bush Center, October 28 2016 We Are Afghan Women: Voices of Hope
Global Citizen, October 27 2016 Meet the Director: Beth Murphy Talks Inspiration, Razia, and Free Afghan Girls School
Ms Magazine, October 20 2016 What Tomorrow Brings for Girls in Afghanistan
Global Citizen, October 11 2016 Against All Odds, This Afghan Girl Finishes Her Education Despite Child Marriage
Global Citizen, August 25 2016 Global Citizen Connects Students, Honors 'One Humanity' on World Humanitarian Day
Women and Hollywood Blog, May 2 2016 Meet Director Beth Murphy
Variety, April 22 2016 Hot Docs Launches with league of Exotique Dancers
New York Times, March 14 2016 One U.S. woman’s vision is changing the lives of girls in rural Afghanistan
The Solutions Journal, March 2016 Film festival explores, exposes, educates and advocates social justice issues
Guernica Magazine - Interview with Beth Murphy, October 15 2015 Moving the Needle
Upworthy, September 23 2015 She got an Afghan village to allow their daughters to go to primary school. Now it's college time.
WGBH News, September 20 2015 9/11 In Schools And One Woman's Fight For Education In Afghanistan
Marie Claire, July 2 2015 Girls in Afghanistan Have Written Letters Begging To Go To College