Student Sustainability Collective: Public Health

likelyhealthy:

tinypaces:

risaellen:

queen0fcups:

immorgan:

Powerful Child Abuse Ads
This campaign won a Gold Lion yesterday at Cannes. Via Mexico.

It pleases me that the middle mother is aggressively screaming. The first implies physical abuse, the last implies sexual, but those aren’t the only two kinds of abuse children endure, and I’m glad attention is being called to that.

I also appreciate that the ads show that women can be abusers, too. These are INCREDIBLY impactful images.

Physical, verbal, and sexual abuse. 

I like how these images so eloquently illustrate the cycle of violence  and progression from victim to aggressor.
likelyhealthy:

tinypaces:

risaellen:

queen0fcups:

immorgan:

Powerful Child Abuse Ads
This campaign won a Gold Lion yesterday at Cannes. Via Mexico.

It pleases me that the middle mother is aggressively screaming. The first implies physical abuse, the last implies sexual, but those aren’t the only two kinds of abuse children endure, and I’m glad attention is being called to that.

I also appreciate that the ads show that women can be abusers, too. These are INCREDIBLY impactful images.

Physical, verbal, and sexual abuse. 

I like how these images so eloquently illustrate the cycle of violence  and progression from victim to aggressor.
likelyhealthy:

tinypaces:

risaellen:

queen0fcups:

immorgan:

Powerful Child Abuse Ads
This campaign won a Gold Lion yesterday at Cannes. Via Mexico.

It pleases me that the middle mother is aggressively screaming. The first implies physical abuse, the last implies sexual, but those aren’t the only two kinds of abuse children endure, and I’m glad attention is being called to that.

I also appreciate that the ads show that women can be abusers, too. These are INCREDIBLY impactful images.

Physical, verbal, and sexual abuse. 

I like how these images so eloquently illustrate the cycle of violence  and progression from victim to aggressor.

likelyhealthy:

tinypaces:

risaellen:

queen0fcups:

immorgan:

Powerful Child Abuse Ads

This campaign won a Gold Lion yesterday at Cannes. Via Mexico.

It pleases me that the middle mother is aggressively screaming. The first implies physical abuse, the last implies sexual, but those aren’t the only two kinds of abuse children endure, and I’m glad attention is being called to that.

I also appreciate that the ads show that women can be abusers, too. These are INCREDIBLY impactful images.

Physical, verbal, and sexual abuse. 

I like how these images so eloquently illustrate the cycle of violence  and progression from victim to aggressor.


Join us tomorrow on Library Walk from 10-3pm for Children’s Health Awareness Day 2012!
A sustainable health movement requires a comprehensive lens that recognizes health as an issue influenced not only by pathology but also education, housing, access to food, envrionmental safety, sanitation and other social and environmental factors. CHAD will bring awareness to this intersectional outlook and provide opportunities for students to become agents of change, highlighting issues that affect our world’s children: the most vulnerable group in our communities.
+ Student orgs and non-profits will be tabling on Library Walk from 10am-3pm with countless opportunities for you to get involved with health justice.
+ We’ll have a photogallery and other displays representing the current realities of children’s health locally and globally, successes of the participating organizations and resources for you to join the movement.
+ Contribute to our Community Art Project to be displayed in the Sustainability Resource Center after the event!
+ Your purchase of savory and sweet crepes will benefit FIMRC’s clinics that serve women and children throughout the world! $3 for one or $5 for two crepes :) We’ll also have tasty Fair Trade and organic tea for sale!
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Join us tomorrow on Library Walk from 10-3pm for Children’s Health Awareness Day 2012!

A sustainable health movement requires a comprehensive lens that recognizes health as an issue influenced not only by pathology but also education, housing, access to food, envrionmental safety, sanitation and other social and environmental factors. CHAD will bring awareness to this intersectional outlook and provide opportunities for students to become agents of change, highlighting issues that affect our world’s children: the most vulnerable group in our communities.

+ Student orgs and non-profits will be tabling on Library Walk from 10am-3pm with countless opportunities for you to get involved with health justice.

+ We’ll have a photogallery and other displays representing the current realities of children’s health locally and globally, successes of the participating organizations and resources for you to join the movement.

+ Contribute to our Community Art Project to be displayed in the Sustainability Resource Center after the event!

+ Your purchase of savory and sweet crepes will benefit FIMRC’s clinics that serve women and children throughout the world! $3 for one or $5 for two crepes :) We’ll also have tasty Fair Trade and organic tea for sale!

https://www.facebook.com/events/289486917792965/.