Miss Representation film & discussion
Date & Time
Sponsored by: Bellarmine Activities Council & Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana
Who should attend: Ambassador Girl Scouts, Parents, Adult Volunteers, Bellarmine Students, Community Members
Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana and the Bellarmine Activities Council are teaming up to host the first in a series of “Conversations of Consequence” on November 7, 2012 in Frazier Hall at Bellarmine University in Louisville from 6:30-9:00pm.
We will be showing the film Miss Representation, a film about the way that the media portray women, followed by a panel discussion with Q&A from the audience.
Panelists will include:
The Honorable Tina Ward-Pugh (Louisville Metro Council District 9)
Dr. Hank Rothgerber (Bellarmine Department of Psychology)
Dr. Kimberly Parker (Bellarmine Department of Communications)
Pam Platt (The Courier-Journal)
Dawne Gee, News Reporter and Anchor, WAVE3-TV
Tori Murden McClure (Spalding University)
With this event, we hope to increase awareness about critical issues and challenges that impact the healthy development and leadership development potential of girls and women.
You can view a trailer for Miss Representation at http://www.missrepresentation.org
Due to the mature nature of this film, we are limiting the audience to Ambassador Girl Scouts, Bellarmine students, and adults.
No advance registration is required. Please share this information with other volunteers and members, plus those in your community and social network who would be interested. For questions or additional information, contact Menisa Marshall, 502-716-7232 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Girls develop critical thinking.