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Friday, June 16 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Beyond Security: Technology and Revolution

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Securing our data is critical for our movements, but is that enough? This year, May First/People Link has called on our movements to converge in groups of all sizes for conversations about "Technology and Revolution". This workshop will explain that process and why it's critical.

Presenters
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Melanie Bush

International Network of Scholar Activsts
Faculty, Adelphi University. Specializing in social systems and movements. Member, Leadership Committee, May First/People Link
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Samir Hazboun

Highlander Research and Education Center
At Highlander, he helps in supporting all of the programmatic work with a particular role in supporting the Southern Grassroots Economies Project and the Econ and Governance curriculum. Involved in innovative project to develop independent Internet connectivity.
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Bex Hurwitz

Research Action Design
Bex is a codesigner and maker of media and technology for social justice. Bex has been involved in many projects, campaigns and movements (including the Allied Media Conference) for many years.
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Alfredo Lopez

May First/People Link
Alfredo Lopez, a founder and leader of May First/People Link, is in his 50th year as a movement activist.
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Steven Renderos

The Center for Media Justice
Organizing Director for Center for Media Justice. Has been in leadership of many media campaigns including the struggle for Net Neutrality and the Prison Phone Justice campaign.


Friday June 16, 2017 4:00pm - 5:30pm
State Hall: Room 111

Attendees (120)