AMP Executive Director Jenny Lee will present on July 19 at the Netroots Nation conference. The topic of the presentation is "48217: What One of the Country’s Most Polluted Zip Codes Can Teach Us about Environmental and Digital Justice"
At the closing ceremony of AMC2014, Detroit water rights activist Lila Cabbil called on AMC attendees to "wage love" for a just water system in Detroit. She invited us to use our media-making and our networks to help bring an end to the tens of thousands of water shutoffs taking place throughout the city.
"It's ok to feel beautiful in the process of creating justice," Sterling Toles remarked during the Opening Ceremony of the 16th annual AMC.
The Allied Media Conference is an intersections of many things: communications strategies and practices, issues and campaigns, and organizing networks. Above all, it is a community of incredible humans.
Our photo collection from AMC2014 captures the many shining faces of our network.
Thank you AMC participants! The exchange of ideas, skills, and energy over the past four days has been electric. At Allied Media Projects, we are left feeling tired yet inspired and grateful for all the magic you brought to AMC2014.
The Detroit Future Media Guide to Digital Literacy is out! This beautifully designed guide presents reflections and resources from three years of media-based organizing for community revitalization through the Detroit Future Media program.
The 72-page guidebook introduces the concept of "digital literacy" and its role in community revitalization. It provides a history of the Detroit Future Media program and its impact, core ideas, program structure, and curriculum samples for you to use and adapt.