I'M A PARENT
The Representation Project wants all of you concerned parents and caregivers to know that despite the pervasiveness of media, you still hold the number one spot in influencing your children.
To support you as you raise healthy and whole children, we’ve collected some great resources and opportunities for you. Check them out below and make sure to stay in touch!
RESOURCES FOR DISTANCE LEARNING
Thank you for your commitment to providing ongoing education about harmful gender stereotypes in the media during this period of distance learning. Since students are likely to increase their media consumption while schools are closed, education centered around media literacy and social-emotional learning is critical to the well-being of all of our young people during these uncertain times.
Together with filmmaker and founder of The Representation Project, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, we are pleased to make curricula files for our films Miss Representation and The Mask You Live In available for free (for a limited time only) for students learning from home.
Please complete the form below to request the materials for use in distance learning only (no classroom use permitted).
BRING OUR FILMS INTO YOUR HOME
Watch Miss Representation and The Mask You Live In at home.
To watch the full feature-length film of Miss Representation (recommended for ages 14+ on Common Sense Media), please check the following streaming platforms:
To watch the full feature-length film of The Mask You Live In, (recommended for ages 15+ on Common Sense Media), please check the following streaming platforms:
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Pledge to use your voice to overcome limiting stereotypes. You’ll get weekly emails with short, simple ways to help move the needle.
FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA
Join the movement by following us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter! Follow Miss Representation for more on women and girls’ issues, The Mask You Live In to explore American masculinity, The Great American Lie, and The Representation Project to learn more about challenging and overcoming stereotypes.
SHARE OUR RESOURCES
Use our resources (like our videos, toolkits, and conversation starters) to raise awareness about gender, media, culture, and inequality. Share them on your social media channels, give them to your kids, and use them as backup when talking or writing about gender inequality.