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Friday, June 16 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Decolonize This! Reindigenizing Tech and Media

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Join us to learn about digital storytelling and mapping from within Indigenous Nations. Participants will explore examples of Indigenized media and participate in a hands-on demonstration of mobile/map-based storytelling software tools, built in collaboration with Indigenous peoples and with an approach to dissemination. Dialogue will include sovereignty and visibility/invisibility in media, and how interactive and independent media function to provide agency within Indigenous communities.

Presenters
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Emily Jacobi

Digital Democracy
Emily Jacobi is Founder/Executive Director of Digital Democracy, whose mission is to empower marginalized communities to use technology to defend their rights. Since beginning her career as a youth journalist, Emily has worked to leverage media & technology to connect people acro... Read More →
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Ryan McMahon

The Makoons Media Group
Ryan McMahon is an Anishinaabe comedian, writer, media maker & community activator based out of Treaty #1 territory (Winnipeg, MB). Ryan McMahon is the founder/owner of the Makoons Media Group which is an emerging, independent, Indigenous new media company committed to Indigenous... Read More →
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Leena Minifie

seiche.works + ricochet.media
Leena Minifie is Tsimshian (First Nations) artist, writer, curator & media producer. She has relocated from Vancouver to Minneapolis to join the Seiche consulting team. Leena graduated in New Media and ILS from I.A.I.A in New Mexico. She’s worked as journalist for independent I... Read More →


Friday June 16, 2017 11:00am - 12:30pm
State Hall: Room 101

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