Allied Media Projects

Media strategies for a more just and creative world
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About AMP

  1. Allied Media Projects cultivates media strategies for a more just, creative, and collaborative world.

  2. We convene close to 2,000 people annually in Detroit to develop and exchange strategies through the Allied Media Conference.

  3. You can support AMP by becoming a sustainer. Check out publications, t-shirts, and stickers in the AMPstore.

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Sponsored Projects

  1. Out of the AMC emerge new projects, campaigns, and collaborations that continue year round.

  2. Through our Sponsored Projects program, we offer these projects a range of shared services including fiscal management, project planning, fundraising and communications strategy.

  3. Our goal is to grow an alliance of media and technology projects working towards a more just, creative, and collaborative world. To become a Sponsored Project fill out an assessment form.

Photo by Ara Howrani
Photo by Vanessa Miller
Photo by Ara Howrani
Photo by Ara Howrani
Photo by Ara Howrani
Photo by Ara Howrani

Allied Media Conference

  1. The AMC is a collaborative laboratory of media-based organizing strategies for transforming our world, held every Summer in Detroit.

  2. The AMC is for all ages and skill levels, with hundreds of hands-on workshops, strategy sessions, presentations and performances.

  3. The 17th annual AMC is June 18-21, 2014 in Detroit. Support by sponsoring the AMC or becoming a sustainer.

Contact

  1. Contact us, we'd love to hear from you.

"Healing Justice" call for session proposals

Feb 28, 2012

Check out a message from Autumn about the kinds of session proposals that the AMC2012 "Healing Justice Practice Space" is looking for at this year's conference.

Hello amazing healers and healing justice activists!!

The Allied Media Conference, which takes place annually in Detroit, MI, has emerged in the last few years as a key space to build our movement for accessible, community-based wellness. Last year’s "Health is Dignity, Dignity is Resistance" track brought together healers and organizers from across the country to share strategies for increased health in our communities. This year there is no dedicated track for Health and Healing Justice, which means it is even more important for YOU to submit health and healing justice Session Proposals to the “General” track!

We want to especially encourage sessions that introduce people to Healing Justice, that share basic healing skills, and that share models for community and collective organizing around health and wellness. Remember, this is the Allied Media Conference, so proposals should illustrate how to connect health/healing justice work with media-based organizing. 

Sessions can be workshops, round-table discussions, presentations, caucuses, and any other format you can imagine. To submit a session proposal, you will need to go through the AMPTalk website. Proposals are due March 14! AMP’s Content Coordinator, Morgan (morgan@alliedmedia.org), can help advise the submission process for those who need help.

ALSO! This year we will be returning with another Healing Justice Practice Space!! If you are a healer or practitioner, we will soon be putting a call out for volunteer practitioners to apply to practice in the Healing Justice Practice Space.

What AMP is looking for:

  • A clear connection to media and communications. Our definition of media includes everything from breakdancing, to building your own radio station, to web-design, fashion-design and everything in between.
  • An emphasis on strategies rather than issues.  Sessions that help us name the problem are important, but they can't stop there.  Make sure your session proposal incorporates media-based organizing strategies towards solutions.
  • Interactivity and creativity. Structure your session to make the information accessible to multiple learning styles.  This may include a mix of: small group conversations, visual presentations of information, handouts, games and creative expression.  
  • Collaboration.  We love AMC sessions designed by multiple organizations or individuals. Even better, connect your session to an ongoing organizing process that extends beyond the conference. While collaboration is strongly encouraged, we also welcome workshops from individuals and groups.

SEE ALSO: AMC2012 Call for Session Proposals