ASU's Performance in the Borderlands' Beyond "Miss Representation" Aims to Open Dialogue on Women's Representation in Media

One of ASU's cultural leaders and producer of Performance in the Borderlands, Mary Stephens, has created an event to help raise awareness and encourage open dialogue about women's representation in the media, particularly women of color, LGBTQ community, class, and citizenship status.

Beyond "Miss Representation" is presented under the Performance in the Borderlands initiative, which Stephens says is a "research, education and public programming initiative dedicated to the understanding and promotion of cultural performance."

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