See Jane Salon – Intersectionality in Media

Hosted by CBS Entertainment Diversity
November 16, 2017

By the year 2020 more than half of the nations children are expected to be part of a minority or ethnic group and by 2044, no one racial or ethnic group will dominate the U.S in terms of size. This panel will discuss the significant impact of portrayals of intersectionality in media. What are the best practices to address unconscious bias? What are the challenges faced by people who belong to multiple marginalized groups and how can we achieve a more just media landscape? Read More…

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Erika Green Swafford, Writer and Producer, How to Get Away with Murder; Madeline Di Nonno, CEO, Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media; Paul Martin, SVP and Chief Diversity Officer, Sony Pictures Entertainment; Allen Maldonado, Actor, Black-ish, Survivor’s Remorse; Jennifer Brea, Documentary Filmmaker, Unrest

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Madeline Di Nonno, CEO, Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Salon Attendees

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Paul Martin, Erika Green Swafford, Allen Maldonado and Jennifer Brea

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Paul Martin, Erika Green Swafford and Allen Maldonado

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Paul Martin

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Paul Martin, Erika Green Swafford and Allen Maldonado

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Erika Green Swafford

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Paul Martin, Erika Green Swafford, Allen Maldonado and Jennifer Brea

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Allen Maldonado

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Allen Maldonado and Jennifer Brea

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Jennifer Brea

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Elizabeth Kilpatrick, VP, Development, Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Salon Audience

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Salon Audience

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Salon Attendees

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Salon Attendee with Erika Green Swafford

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Salon Attendees with Allen Maldonado

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Jennifer Brea with Salon Attendees

GDIGM See Jane Salon Intersectionality in Media

Paul Martin with Salon Attendees

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