Members-Only Salon Events

See Jane Salons 2018

Attended by Leading Entertainment Industry and Corporate Influencers

LOS ANGELES

Tryin’ to Sleep in the Bed You Made

Hosted by 72 and Sunny
February 13, 2018

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the novel, Tryin’ to Sleep in the Bed You Made, by New York Times best-selling authors, Virginia DeBerry and Donna Grant, the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media will host an all-star performance of the beloved novel at 72 and Sunny in Los Angeles on Tuesday February 13, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. The performance will feature award-winning actors, Mr. Obba Babatunde (Bold & Beautiful, Dreamgirls), Ms. Cheryl Lee Ralph (Moesha, Dreamgirls), and Ms. Fredericka Meek (General Hospital) along with a panel discussion on the state of women and girls of color in Hollywood and media led Madeline Di Nonno, CEO of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media.

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Funny Ladies: Serious Business

Hosted by 72 and Sunny
August 14, 2018

Given the confluence of current events, late-night comedy television ratings are sky rocketing and stand-up comedy performances are proliferating on OTT and in comedy clubs. Female comedians have a powerful role in shifting cultural perceptions. Their humanity, insights and humor are inspiring hope and action. We’re bringing together female comedians and writers for an exclusive night of stand-up comedy, storytelling and empowerment. Our program will spark new perspectives on the role of humor in today’s world.

New York

Mascots Matter: Gender and Race Representation in Branding

Hosted by J. Walter Thompson NYC
March 8, 2018

How are products being marketed to children through brand mascots? And what role does gender and race play? Are boys and girls being marketed to differently and if so how does that effect the way they perceive gender roles? Join us as we answer these questions and present the first findings from our Mascots Matter: Gender and Race in Branding Study.

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Funny Ladies: Serious Business

Hosted by 72 and Sunny
June 6, 2018

Given the confluence of current events, late-night comedy television ratings are sky rocketing and stand-up comedy performances are proliferating on OTT and in comedy clubs. Female comedians have a powerful role in shifting cultural perceptions. Their humanity, insights and humor are inspiring hope and action. We’re bringing together female comedians and writers for an exclusive night of stand-up comedy, storytelling and empowerment. Our program will spark new perspectives on the role of humor in today’s world.

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SAN FRANCISCO

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