My piece highlights the sexualization of women in the media and how women are portrayed across all platforms. Important questions regarding advertising and company campaigns are addressed, and touches on what the sexualization stems from. Additionally, Amal Giknis, a teacher of a course on feminism at Science Leadership Academy, shares her opinions about female representation and inequality, and why females are represented in such ways throughout the media.
By Josh Berg, Aaron Block, Stephanie Dyson, Veronica Nocella, Anna Sugrue
Our goal was to make a radio story about one specific example of how the mechanism of gentrification works. We wanted to represent the perspectives of people who have had to move in less than ideal circumstances, and the perspectives of the new families who are moving into houses in gentrified areas as well as anyone else involved in or knowledgeable about the process of gentrification.
This radio work was done with having one goal in mind. That goal was to get people to think differently about hipsters and what they bring to the table. It's focused on how people define the term "Hipster" And offered a different perspective on the topic. I talked to various people in the SLA community, and gave an interesting idea on the whole idea. In the end, I'm proud to debut my piece.
This is our radio piece about table top gaming and more specifically the trading card game Magic The Gathering.