Pop andd politics returns with its most important debate yet…



‘Blurred Lines or old-fashioned sexism? Tackling sexism and racism in music videos…’


pop and politics : Blurred Lines or old-fashioned sexism? Tackling sexism and racism in music- a debate





Rewind&Reframe and Pop & Politics are delighted to invite you to debate music videos: 

5-7pm, Monday 11th November, 2013 
Grand Committee Room (Off Westminster Hall), Houses of Parliament, London, SW1

Too many music videos and lyrics tell young people that there are ‘blurred lines’ when it comes to sexual consent and women’s equality. Summer hits by Robin Thicke, Justin Timberlake and Miley Cyrus are just the latest to sexualise and racialise women.

Our panel, chaired by Kerry McCarthy MP, includes [Gloria De Piero MP (Shadow Women and Equalities Minister)], a government Minister (tbc), Ikamara Larasi (Imkaan) and Graham Hill (BBFC) who will debate the solutions to these issues.


To go to this event 

send an RSVP to the following email address… admin@evaw.org.uk

Admittance by RSVP only

Rewind&Reframe is a joint End Violence Against Women, Imkaan and Object project, kindly funded by Rosa UK.


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