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    Students in my Image & Color Theory classes at UNT were asked to design a poster for a social cause of their choice.
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THE ASSIGNMENT:
Design a poster for a social cause of your choice.
 
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Sarah Congdon – Alzheimer's Association
(Copy Reads): When you lose your memory, you lose yourself.
alz.org  Alzheimer's Association
 
Becca Fron
Share the Road / Bicycle Friendly America
 
Joanna Tang – Unicef
(Copy Reads): It is estimated that 300,000 child soldiers are involved in armed conflicts worldwide.
 
Wolfgang Floresca
WIRED Lecture Series: The Effects of Technology on Human Interaction

 
Joshua Norvelle
stopbullying.gov
 
Nicholas Begley – World Bicycle Relief
(Copy Reads): Bicycle transportation multiplies an individual's efficiency and provides opportunity that could not be possible without your help. Compared to walking, bikes improve access to education, healthcare and economic opportunity. They increase carrying capacity and accessible travel distance while decreasing the time it takes to commute to schools, clinics and markets. Give a bike. Give opportunity.
www.worldbicyclerelief.org/donate
 
Jessica Zint
World Health Organization
 
Anna Price – NEDA (National Eating Disorder Association)
(Copy Reads): Dying to be thin.

 
Dylan Rice – Love is Respect.org
(Copy Reads): Possessive behavior can become abusive behavior.
Learn the warning signs at: loveisrespect.org

 
Christian Dodson  – Police Brutality Awareness
(Copy Reads): Contact your local District Attorney
 
Anna Cavnar
OAC (Obesity Action Coalition)
 
John Vo – Save Our Seas
Massive trolling nets and overfishing are leading to the extinction of many species.
 
Jeffrey Wolverton – FIFA / Kick Racism Out of Futebol
Racism has become a huge problem during European and South American soccer matches. It's gone as far as fans throwing bananas at black players, igniting an uproar across the sport.
 
Zab Gonzalez – Share the Road / Denton
Bicycles are a major means of transportation in Denton – this poster reminds drivers to be on the lookout for their two-wheeled friends.