Month: March 2013

Kwame M.A. Somburu


Kwame Somburu, was born in New York’s Harlem Hospital in 1934.

In 1960, after a few years of independent study (from a scientific perspective) in many and varied historical/contemporary areas, but mainly African & African American history, the writings of Marx, Engels, Lenin, and Troytsky, and acquired from life …

Freedom to Connect


 

What is the structure of the vast World Wide Web?  Who owns the wires? Who controls access?  As education, creativity and science become more dependent on this technology, it is crucial that people globally participate in the potection and development of open infrastructure and a democratic base for Internet governance.

"Media Makers Share Their Histories, Dreams and Disasters:" Past, Present and Future of Community Media Spaces


1:00- 2:30 pm “Media Makers Share Their Histories, Dreams and Disasters:” Past, Present and Future of Community Media Spaces

The story of independent media organizations is that of constant ups and downs, of triumphs and disasters, of incredible accomplishments and just-out-of-reach success.  Share the experiences of local …

Media Makers Share Their Histories, Dreams and Disasters


The story of independent media organizations is that of constant ups and downs, of triumphs and disasters, of incredible accomplishments and just-out-of-reach success.  Share the experiences of local media makers from around the region… help brainstorm to keep the dream alive and growing! Coordinated by legendary media activist DeeDee Halleck.  

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Water Justice: Echoes from Lock One
Dec. 12
Water Justice: Youth future

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