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June 7th, 2012
01:45 PM ET

Mandy Moore helps launch self-esteem program highlighting 'women who should be famous'

She's best known for her singing and acting work, but Mandy Moore is deeply invested in making sure girls feel good about themselves.

Moore is partnering with Dove to launch the "Women Who Should Be Famous" program. Dove is known for working to change the definition of beauty through their ads by using real women as models, and with the new program they're using the same technique to showcase real women as positive role models for girls and teens.

Moore talks with Soledad this morning on "Starting Point" to talk about how the program will help girls improve their self-esteem, and talks about her new creative projects/


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