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Using Pink Ribbons Inc. To Discuss Cause Marketing With Post-Secondary Students

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The following is a guest post by Elana Cooperberg My maternal grandmother had breast cancer. My mother has had breast cancer. I was young, still a teenager, when my grandmother was diagnosed with it. I felt detached and distant from the events that played out around me. I lived in the world of the present more »

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Pink Ribbons, Inc: Breast cancer and cause marketing

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Next week our latest doc Pink Ribbons, Inc. opens in theatres across Canada. We’ve written about the film several times here, and we’ve been talking about it for months. It’s a critical look at the industry that has grown up around breast cancer, and how the disease has become “the poster child” for cause marketing. more »

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Sidebar banners now available for Pink Ribbons, Inc.

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[The image above features members of the IV League, a stage 4 cancer support group based in Austin, Texas.] On February 3, our new documentary Pink Ribbons, Inc. opens in theatres across Canada. The film deals with how breast cancer has become the poster child for cause-related marketing campaigns and the effect this has had more »

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Pink Ribbons Inc.: The people behind the film

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*Photo: Filmmaker Léa Pool (3rd from left) on set. Photo credit: Nancy Guérin. Following is a short bio of each person who appeared in the film Pink Ribbons Inc., a feature documentary that shows how the devastating reality of breast cancer, which marketing experts have labeled a “dream cause,” has been hijacked by a shiny, more »

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Pink Ribbons, Inc. premieres at TIFF to a packed house

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Yesterday afternoon saw the world premiere of our feature documentary, Pink Ribbons, Inc. at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film probes into the world of cause-marketing and breast cancer in an attempt to get people to think critically about what is involved in corporate fundraising and how the money is being spent. It offers more »

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