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This Is Us? How TV Does & Doesn't Get Caregiving

This Is Us? How TV Does & Doesn’t Get Careviging | June 7

Tuesday, June 7, 2022 — 6:00 pm

Ebell Members are invited to the latest research report presentation from the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media.

In partnership with Promundo, please join Founder Geena Davis, President and CEO Madeline Di Nonno and a panel of experts as they present the study results that draws attention to current caregiving representations on television. How we portray caregiving in television programming impacts parents, as well as children and adolescents by shaping expectations about caregiving and gender roles within families and communities. Join us as we hear the results of this study and the broader call for gender equality at home and in the workplace.

The Ebell of Los Angeles requires all members and guests to be fully vaccinated and up to date to attend in-person programs. “Fully vaccinated and up to date” is defined as having had a primary series of vaccinations plus a booster (if eligible) and being at least two weeks past the booster dose. Guests must bring ID and proof of vaccination to every event to enter. Special accommodations will be made for those who have a medical or religious exemption. For those with exemptions, The Ebell of Los Angeles will need the following three items on record:

  • A note from a doctor or religious leader
  • Negative PCR test within 48 hours of event
  • Rapid Antigen test taken onsite (provided by the Ebell for an additional $15 cost)

Medical grade masks are optional but still strongly recommended.

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FREE for Members
Limited seating

6:00 pm Reception (Light food and drink)
7:00 pm Program

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