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Friday, June 16 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Digital Timelines for Movement Organizing

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How do our stories intersect with the histories and media representations of political struggles over immigration, policing, transgender rights or media policy? In this political climate, it's crucial to place our organizing work and our stories in historical context and challenge dominant narratives. Join us to create a digital timeline and learn how our web-based tool can support your organizing work!


Jose Benitez

Global Action Project
Jose is a Community Media in Action Fellow with Global Action Project. He is also a youth organizer with Immigration Movement International in Corona, Queens, NYC, and an artist working with Mobile Print Power, a grassroots arts collective using mobile silkscreening to open up di... Read More →
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Carlos Pareja

Media History Timeline Coordinator, Global Action Project
Carlos Pareja is Media History Timeline Coordinator with Global Action Project. He is a longtime media educator, digital storyteller and activist who fights to change narratives, public policy and our world.

Mahira Raihan

Desis Rising Up and Moving
Mahira is the coordinator of Moving Art, the youth arts and organizing program of Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM). She is also an alum of Global Action Project’s Youth Breaking Borders and Community Media in Action programs.

Friday June 16, 2017 2:00pm - 3:30pm EDT
State Hall: Room 118
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