No Chill

Created by Jess Martinez (Editor), Mahnoor Rehman (Journalist), Quattro Musser (Journalist), and Lucia Daranyi (Graphic Designer) in FG200 Feminist Theory during Block 6 2022

“This magazine emphasizes the interlocking systems of class, gender, and race-based oppression within climate change movements and the impacts of climate change on marginalized communities. As you may have noticed, our magazine uses various recycled materials and was constructed as a collage. We created our magazine in this way to repurpose old materials and demonstrate our dedication to our current climate crises.”
—Jess Martinez, Editor

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An Intersectional Critique of Nike’s “Play New” and “Tomorrow” Campaigns

For their final project in FG212/RM200/FM206 Critical Media Studies (Block C 2021), Keiddrick “Kay” Fizer, Quattro Musser, Amalia Lopez, Shelsea Reyes, and Pardes Lyons-Warren conducted an intersectional analysis of a poster from Nike’s “Play New” campaign and its “Tomorrow” digital commercial. For the new media creation portion of their project, they recreated the poster and commercial, carefully acknowledging their own limitations regarding ableism, class, and a lack of subtitles.