Whose Reality? Exposing Gender, Race and Commercial Biases in Reality TV

Jennifer Siebel Newsom and Jennifer L. Pozner
Credit: Care of Jennifer Siebel Newsom Credit: Thomas Lascher

Join the International Museum of Women on November 16th for a noontime conversation between Jennifer Siebel Newsom, filmmaker, Miss Representation and First Lady of San Francisco, and Jennifer L. Pozner, Executive Director of Women in Media & News, media critic and author, Reality Bites Back: The Troubling Truth About Guilty Pleasure TV. The focus of their discussion is aimed at shedding light on gender and race in entertainment media. Video clips and a short trailer will reveal the sexism, racism and misrepresentations of women and people of color in reality TV. Please join us for this important conversation on media accountability to gender and race in reality TV.
Event Details: Tuesday, November 16, 2010 from 12:00-1:00pm, followed by a book sale and signing by Jennifer L. Pozner. Guests are welcome to bring a brown-bag lunch. Located at the Russ Building in San Francisco, 235 Montgomery Street, 12th floor. For more information email events@imow.org or call 415-543-4669 ext. 27.
Special Thanks to the Commission on the Status of Women and the San Francisco Chamber's Women in Business Roundtable program, Perseus Books Group
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