Miss Representation Workshop License

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Miss Representation Workshop License

$180.00$530.00

WHAT IT IS:

License for nonprofits, community organizations, and government agencies using the film for small groups. This license offers ongoing usage rights for classroom-sized groups (defined as 30 or less) in one location (for $180), up to five locations (for $380), or up to ten locations (for $530).

WHO IT’S FOR:

Nonprofits, community organizations, government agencies, and clinicians who work with small groups consisting of fewer than 30 people and who want to utilize the curriculum for ongoing workshop programming.

TERMS:
  • Please purchase a screening license for workshop use in corporations or for any use with groups larger than 30 people.
  • Each license is site-specific and includes the rights for small group workshop use in perpetuity.
  • There are no public performance rights for community screenings included with this license.
  • To pay by Purchase Order, choose Purchase Order option after adding your product to the cart and after clicking the Proceed to Checkout button.

WHAT YOU GET:

  • Miss Representation Curriculum (21 lessons for high school age and post-secondary age workshop participants), including embedded digital film clips. Preview the curriculum here.
  • Miss Representation Educational DVD (region-free), which includes:
    • The feature film (90 minutes, appropriate for ages 13+)
    • Supplemental educational clips to accompany the curriculum
    • Additional DVDs may be purchased for multi-site licenses
    • The full feature-length film is not available as a streaming version with this license
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Description

Nonprofits and community agencies around the world are using Miss Representation to spark critical conversations around challenging and overcoming stereotypes. Use our films and custom curriculum to enhance the important work your organization is already doing.

The curriculum provides up to eight weeks of 30 – 60 minute lesson plans to help workshop attendees develop the following:

  • Critical thinking skills to question gender stereotypes and their intersections with race, class, and circumstance
  • Social-emotional learning and media literacy skills to challenge gender representations and norms and the tools to construct healthier, more realistic, and positive representations
  • Raise awareness about the dangerous and deceptive gender norm messages in the media
  • Shift consciousness against gender and other social injustices to inspire healthy behaviors

 

Additional information

Weight 0.25 lbs
Dimensions 7.45 × 5.22 × 0.44 in
Number of Locations

1, 2 – 5, 6 – 10

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