Jean Kilbourne exposed the hidden strategies of advertising. (November 2011)
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Influential Women - Jeane Kilbourne - Feminist author, filmmaker and speaker, Jean Kilbourne has fought hard against the misrepresentation of women in advertising. In the late 1960s, women were only portrayed with perfect hair, perfect bodies, perfect teeth, etc. That’s when Jean stepped in and fought to remove the smoke and mirrors and brought more truth to advertising!
Join us as we highlight the works of Jean Kilbourne, Somaly Mam and Betty Ford. Feminist author, filmmaker and speaker, Jean Kilbourne is on a mission to remake the way advertisers depict women. For the past four decades, Kilbourne has been bringing to light the negative impact advertising has on the female psyche ...
Jean Kilbourne, Ed.D. talks about the effects of media's image of women and its sexualization of children.
Jean Kilbourne, Ed.D. is internationally recognized for her pioneering work on the image of women in advertising and her critical studies of alcohol and tobacco advertising.
Jean Kilbourne was the first person to advocate against the way the media affects body image. I would so love to meet her, her work sends such a beautiful message.
Jean Kilbourne, Ed.D. - Deconstructs how the advertising industry promotes women to be thin, white, and perfect.
Jean Kilbourne, Ed.D. (born January 4, 1943) is a feminist author, speaker, and filmmaker who is internationally recognized for her work on the image of women in advertising and her critical studies of alcohol and tobacco advertising. Her work is pioneering and crucial to the dialogue of one of the most underexplored, yet most powerful, realms of American culture—advertising.
Feminist author, filmmaker and speaker, Jean Kilbourne is on a mission to remake the way advertisers depict women. For the past four decades, Kilbourne has been bringing to light the negative impact advertising has on the female psyche.
Jean Kilbourne, Ed.D. (born January 4, 1943) is a feminist author, speaker, and filmmaker who is internationally recognized for her work on the image of women in advertising and her critical studies of alcohol and tobacco advertising. She is also credited with introducing the idea of educating about media literacy as a way to prevent problems she viewed as originating from mass media advertising campaigns.
Dr. Antonio Iavarone, a nationally recognized specialist on brain tumors from the Department of Neurology and Institute for Cancer Genetics, visited Christ School to speak with students. Dr. Iavarone's discoveries in cancer research center on the role of proteins and networks that drive phenotypic states in brain cells. Many thanks to Dr. Iavarone - we are grateful to have welcomed you to Christ School.
Protein, Brain Tumors
North Carolina Governor Bev Perdue gave a speech at Christ School November 5, 2012, answering student questions and also discussing the paramount importance of education.
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Paul Rusesabagina, whose experience during the Rwandan genocide was told in the film "Hotel Rwanda" and in his own book An Ordinary Man. (March 2009)
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"This is why I say that the individual's most potent weapon is a stubborn belief in the triumph of common decency." -Paul Rusesabagina
Paul Rusesabagina...hero....hotel manager who saved 1268 Tutsi refugees during their struggle against the Hutu militia in Kigali, Rwanda.
Paul Rusesabagina, Humanitarian + Founder of Hotel Rwanda Rusesabagina Foundation
Last week Christ School students enjoyed a discussion on Social Media and law by nationally recognized District Attorney J. Tom Morgan, author of the book Ignorance is No Defense: a Teenager’s Guide to Georgia Law. Thanks for visiting us, J. Tom Morgan!
Teenager, Students Enjoyed
At 14, Cheryl Johnson was one of the first African Americans to implement the Supreme Court’s ruling on Brown vs. the Board of Education. She also inspired the powerful documentary "40 Years Later: Now Can We talk?" - a film that explores the impact of racial integration in the Mississippi Delta from the perspective of her 1969 South Panola High School class during their 40th reunion. She visited Christ School during Martin Luther King, Jr. Week.