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Re-Telling: Scapegoats, Media & Politics

Re-Telling: Scapegoats, Media & Politics

Discuss the impact of scapegoating in politics and the media

4 September 2014

4 September 2014, Re-Telling Scapegoats, Media & Politics @ People's History Museum

Time 12:00 - 15:00

Duration 3 hours

Cost In order to keep our events programme affordable to everyone, please make a donation. Suggested donation £3

Join us for an interactive workshop where we will analyse and discuss the impact of scapegoating in politics and the media.  Find out how this affects both those that are targeted and society as a whole.

Meet groups affected by scapegoating and help bring down barriers that propaganda creates.  Then create the Re-Telling’ of their own stories by taking the headlines of tabloids that target certain groups unfairly, stereotype and otherwise scapegoat, along with political literature, quotes and articles by cutting them apart and re-applying them to tell it as it is. 

Family Friendly activity, suitable for over 6s to adults

  • Treat yourself to 15% off in The Left Bank cafe bar when you attend an event at the People’s History Museum
  • work in progressPart of our Work in Progress workshop programme
  • Check out Family Friendly facilities at the museum and cafe




Booking Requirements: Booking required via Eventbrite

  • Please note event attendees must arrive at least ten minutes before the start time of the event, otherwise their booked space will be given to someone on the reserve list
  • Please contact the museum as soon as possible if you wish to cancel your reservation so your place can be given to another visitor

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