One image from the Black Lives Matter protest in Baton Rouge has been widely shared on social media. What do we know about the story behind it?
The front pages focus on David Cameron telling the EU that its refusal to stop mass immigration was behind Britain’s Brexit vote, as well as Jeremy Corbyn “clinging on” as Labour leader.
Adverts promoting negative body images will be banned across the Transport for London (TfL) network from next month.
You may have seen the case of Brock Allen Turner hit the headlines recently.
Brock (who is 20) was recently convicted of serious sexual assault, after being found lying on top of an unconscious woman outside a university party. Although he was found unanimously guilty of multiple charges, the judge decided to offer him the minimum sentence – saying that “a prison sentence would have a severe impact on him …”
In 2012, a 17 year old called Trayvon Martin was shot and fatally killed by a volunteer security guard while walking home from a store.
See below for an example of how each of these two young men were presented in the media:
Image is everything…
Oh, and if you are confused about the issue of consent, please watch this video. In fact, please watch this video even if you think you are not confused about consent:
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