Ahimsa Center Public Lecture

Introducing the Guardian Princesses

by

Setsu Shigematsu

Sunday, November 17, 2013; 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Cal Poly Pomona Library, Room 1807

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Event is Free and Open to All. Refreshments Provided.
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Find out how parents and educators can respond to the negative influence of the mass media and strategically utilize media to teach children ethical principles.

Prof. Shigematsu will discuss the work of the Guardian Princess Alliance (GPA)--a group of educators, parents, students and artists--who have formed to transform the cultural meaning of the princess. The GPA aims to redefine the princess into racially diverse leaders who protect the people and the planet through nonviolence. Click on picture to see larger image of the Guardian Princes.

Anthony J. Parel

Setsu Shigematsu is an Associate Professor of Media and Cultural Studies at the University of California, Riverside.

She is the author of Scream from the Shadows: The Women's Liberation Movement in Japan. She directed and produced, Visions of Abolition, a documentary film about the prison-industrial-complex. She is the founder of the Guardian Princess Alliance

She received her doctorate from Cornell University.

Abhiman Kaushal

Co-sponsored by the Ahimsa Student Club