Members-Only Salon Events

Salon – Check Your Lens: Why Intersectional Media Portrayals Matter

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

6-8:30 p.m.

Hosted by Chicago History Museum
1601 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60614

Sponsored by Julian Grace Foundation

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We are thrilled to be bringing our See Jane Salon Program to Chicago!

Please join us for an inspiring conversation led by a panel of entertainment industry leaders on the importance of intersectional media portrayals.

By the year 2020, more than half of the nation’s children are expected to be part of a minority group. By the year 2044, no one racial or ethnic group will dominate in the U.S in terms of size.

This panel will explore best practices for addressing unconscious bias in media representations, the challenges faced by people who belong to multiple marginalized groups, and what we can do to achieve a more inclusive media landscape.

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MODERATOR

Madeline Di Nonno

CEO,
Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media

PANELISTS

Marlyne Barrett

Actor,
Chicago Med

Fay Ferguson

Co-CEO & Co-Owner,
Burrell Communications Group

Nikki M. James

Actor,
Proven Innocent

Fawzia Mirza

Artivist, Actor, Producer & Writer

Michael Patrick Thornton

Co-founder & Artistic Director,
The Gift Theatre

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