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photoblog image Teens for Safe Cosmetics, Project Prom PSA

Teens for Safe Cosmetics, Project Prom PSA

Another shot from the PSA for Teens for Safe Cosmetics, Project Prom. Javier shot this. I learned so much. especially about lighting. Next time use lighting Ouch! Amazing how many hours and days went into a 60 second video. If you watch the video please be merciful.

You can view the video at You Tube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2B8FDo7rU0

And here is some info on the upcoming event.


Teens for Safe Cosmetics

Project: Prom


Join Teens for Safe Cosmetics as they rally on Union Square to make an important statement about our right to health and seek a ban on toxic chemicals. All generations are invited to join Teens for Safe Cosmetics to fight for their right to a healthier future.


Tuesday, April 24th • 4-6:30pm
Union Square, San Fransico, CA

Watch the You Tube Video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2B8FDo7rU0


For more info visit:
www.projectprom07.com
http://projectprom.blogspot.com/


To educate about health hazards

To fight for laws that protect us

To ban toxic chemicals and demand safer products


Attire:

Prom attire: to focus attention on Prom, when teens use plenty of products

Combat Boots: the symbol of our battle against toxic chemicals


Teens for Safe Cosmetics is a campaign led by a group of dynamic and passionate young women working to raise awareness about cancer causing chemicals in cosmetics and personal care products. The goals are to educate their peers and community members about the risks associated with the products they use 24/7 and to affect policy change. The teen campaign members played a significant role in the unprecedented passage of the Safe Cosmetics Act of 2005 (SB484) signed by the Governor of California in October 2005.

Teens for Safe Cosmetics, Project Prom PSA

Another shot from the PSA for Teens for Safe Cosmetics, Project Prom. Javier shot this. I learned so much. especially about lighting. Next time use lighting Ouch! Amazing how many hours and days went into a 60 second video. If you watch the video please be merciful.

You can view the video at You Tube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2B8FDo7rU0

And here is some info on the upcoming event.


Teens for Safe Cosmetics

Project: Prom


Join Teens for Safe Cosmetics as they rally on Union Square to make an important statement about our right to health and seek a ban on toxic chemicals. All generations are invited to join Teens for Safe Cosmetics to fight for their right to a healthier future.


Tuesday, April 24th • 4-6:30pm
Union Square, San Fransico, CA

Watch the You Tube Video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2B8FDo7rU0


For more info visit:
www.projectprom07.com
http://projectprom.blogspot.com/


To educate about health hazards

To fight for laws that protect us

To ban toxic chemicals and demand safer products


Attire:

Prom attire: to focus attention on Prom, when teens use plenty of products

Combat Boots: the symbol of our battle against toxic chemicals


Teens for Safe Cosmetics is a campaign led by a group of dynamic and passionate young women working to raise awareness about cancer causing chemicals in cosmetics and personal care products. The goals are to educate their peers and community members about the risks associated with the products they use 24/7 and to affect policy change. The teen campaign members played a significant role in the unprecedented passage of the Safe Cosmetics Act of 2005 (SB484) signed by the Governor of California in October 2005.

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