Posts Tagged "Media Lies"

Tell GoDaddy, Audi You’re. . . #NotBuyingIt!

Tell GoDaddy, Audi You’re. . . #NotBuyingIt!

During the last Super Bowl over 4 million people heard the #NotBuyingIt critiques. We are finally an important discussion of sexism and the harms of it in advertising. Check out the discussions. Thanks to Miss Representation for these links: CNN, The Boston Globe to NPR, helped inspire thousands of people around the globe to question the impact of gender representations they consume daily. Go...

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Immigration Reform: NOW

Immigration Reform: NOW

Majority of Voters of Every Race Support Comprehensive Immigration Reform by Seth Freed Wessler The overwhelming majority of 2012 voters strongly support the passage of a comprehensive immigration reform bill that includes a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. According to a new bi-partisan poll released today, voters across racial, geographic and, perhaps most significantly,...

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Critical Questions About Masculinity

Critical Questions About Masculinity

Newtown and Old Analysis at The New York Times By Jackson Katz It’s a safe bet that as school resumes and colleges come back from winter break, many teachers and professors will be discussing various aspects of the Newtown massacre. And for those who plan to discuss the gender issues at the heart of this and most rampage killings, it will be hard to avoid how de-gendered the coverage in...

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The Importance Of Trivialisation In Cementing Social Control

The Importance Of Trivialisation In Cementing Social Control

By Colin Todhunter Countercurrents.org Knowledge in modern societies has expanded to the point whereby specialisms and sub-specialisms are the norm. It is just not possible for one person to have in-depth knowledge of every discipline. We must rely on others to convey such knowledge, usually in relatively simplistic terms. Most of us have to take at face value many of the ideas and concepts that...

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Rose Bean Simpson

Rose Bean Simpson

http://www.newmexicopbs.org – Rose Bean Simpson tells us what beauty is and what beauty is not. From a lineage of artists, including Roxanne Swentzell and Nora Naranjo-Morse, Rose was brought up Tewa-Pueblo Indian style. In Artisode 1.3, Rose mixes it up media-wise, challenging objectification and stirring up consciousness. Share on Facebook

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