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TITLE: Blacks in Advertising Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
SPEAKER: Marilyn Kern-Foxworth
EVENT DATE: 2004/05/25
RUNNING TIME: 42 minutes
Marilyn Kern Foxworth discusses myths and stereotypes in "Blacks in Advertising Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow" in a lecture sponsored by the Science, Technology and Business Division.
Speaker Biography: Marilyn Kern-Foxworth is Associate Professor in the Department of Journalism at Texas A&M University. In Spring 1994, she was the Garth C. Reeves Endowed Chair at Florida A&M University, Department of Journalism, Media and Graphic Arts. In 1981, she received a Kizzy Award from the Black Women Hall of Fame Foundation and was cited as one of 12 outstanding African-American women in America. She is the author of "Aunt Jemima, Uncle Ben, and Rastus: Blacks in Advertising, Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow."