Latino Social Innovation May 19, 2015 Gain Strategies and Skills to Support Social Movements
A digital workshop for journalists, storytellers, media-makers and organizers
Learn directly from experienced and accomplished journalists and world-renowned organizers of some of the most effective social movements.
-- Headline goes here Join us for a limited admission digital workshop organized by Latino Social Innovation on behalf of the School of Authentic Journalism. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn directly from experienced and accomplished journalists and world-renowned organizers of some of the most effective social movements from recent history, including Oscar Oliversa, who was spokesperson for the movement to end water privatization in Bolivia, and Greg Berger, filmmaker and Co-Director of the Viral Video team of the School of Authentic Journalism.
Political satire in collaboration with social movements. Communicating the story of a movement. How to make media go viral. Strategic dynamics of nonviolent movements. This workshop will provide participatns with better skills for reporting on social movements. Who knows? You may find yourself applying to the School of Authentic Journalism, which convenes in Mexico every year, to teach the art of effectively communicating the stories that help social movements to create real-world political impact using all forms of available media. The School of Authentic Journalism is the world's only tuition-free and bilingual school on the subject, highly competitive since scholarships are only granted to a few dozen students per year. Sign-up Deadline: Wednesday, May 20 @12PM
This digital workshop will take place in July. Space is limited and it is open only to contributors to the 2015 School of Authentic Journalism Kickstarter campaign.
Sign up by selecting the Digital Workshop reward on Kickstarter. Reduced price for students and organizers.
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