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The Cover Girl Culture

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Today on Family Talk our special guest is Nicole Clark.

Nicole Clark, a former Elite International model, chose to make Cover Girl Culture to help bring about positive change in the media. She gained valuable insights into the inner workings of the fashion & advertising worlds and has become an expert on the impact the media has on our girls, namely the sexualization of girls and pressures on them to be thin and pretty. Nicole steps forward with her new documentary to share her knowledge with girls and women. (clarification - she is not a spokesperson for the PTC - she speaks as an expert for various groups)

Cover Girl Culture explores how the worlds of fashion, modeling, advertising and celebrity impact our teens and young women. Who sets today's standards for beauty and how are these standards affecting individuals and society? Who is responsible? Are there ways this can be changed? If so, who can/will change it?

Nicole is the author of two acclaimed children's books that teach emotional intelligence "The Oceans of Emotions" and "Adventures in Dreamtime". Together with her husband she has spoken to over 30,000 children about her books and being an author. Nicole has been writing and creating material to empower children and teens for several years. Nicole is currently in production on her second documentary and has finished a special supplementary DVD to follow Cover Girl Culture. Previous film work: UPM on the highly acclaimed documentary "Spirit of the Marathon". Nicole is on the board of directors for the non-profit Project GRRLS. Nicole is available to speak at events.

Be sure to mark your calendars & join us for a fun & informative show. Hosted by Dr. Daisy Sutherland,aka Dr. Mommy.

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