Tuesday August 17, 2010 | Cover Girl Culture

August 13, 2010 at 12:27 pm | Posted in Coming Up | 2 Comments

We’ll explore how media images of women and beauty affect young girls and their self-esteem. A new documentary by former international fashion model Nicole Clark comes to Charlotte this week that asks who makes the decisions as to what unrealistic standards of beauty appear in the media, and how can these be changed?  We’ll ask those questions too, and some others.
Guests
Michelle Icard
– Founder and CEO, Cognition House and Creator of Athena’s Path
Nicole Clark – Former Elite International fashion model and Director, Cover Girl Culture
Rosie Molinary – Instructor, Women’s & Gender Studies, UNC Charlotte and Author,Beautiful You: A Daily Guide to Radical Self Acceptance

  • More about Cover Girl Culture
  • Film Screening |  Cover Girl Culture, August 18th at 6:30pm, UNC Charlotte’s Cone University Center (for middle school girls and parents but open to public.) More info.

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  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Charlotte Talks, Rachel Sutherland. Rachel Sutherland said: @rosiemolinary is a guest! Listen up! RT @CharlotteTalks: Tomorrow: Who defines the standards of beauty … http://ow.ly/2pq1t […]

  2. […] On Tuesday, August 17th, at 9 am, I’ll be on Charlotte Talks to discuss Cover Girl Culture, a documentary by Nicole Clark.  We’ll discuss media beauty standards and their implications, along with a few others things.  Here’s the information you need if you want to listen.     […]


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