Gal’s Guide is building the first independent women’s history library. Each month we push to expand our collection to include a diverse look at women from different backgrounds, occupations, and regions. This month we want to expand our coverage of women in advertising. Here are the top 20 books/DVDs we would love to add to the library! … Continue reading We Need Advertising Books
It’s October. October 16th to be exact. A new Marvel trailer is released and I don’t know if I can click fast enough to get it to my eyeballs. It’s the first official trailer of Black Panther and I’m stoked before I hit play. Black Panther is going to be a game changer. I followed … Continue reading The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
At the end of the day, media literacy urges us not just to question everything and thereby throw all facts into doubt, but to engage responsibly with the media we consume, questioning its perspectives and its intrinsic authority while weighing its messages against our own real, lived experiences.
This year marks the 89th Academy Awards. Slated to reach to 30-40 million people, the winners will be front page news, the best dressed will grace magazine covers and website lists for weeks. The History of the Oscars The Academy Awards have come a long way from their humble beginnings at the Roosevelt Hotel. The … Continue reading Do The Oscars Matter?