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Liveblogging #WAMNYC: Social media for organizations

jpozners Icon Posted by Jennifer L Pozner

March 31st, 2012

I’ve been liveblogging all day from the #WAMNYC conference, and below as always, if there are any errors, please attribute to me, not to the panelists, as I’m typing quickly but it’s impossible to capture verbatim what these fabulous, fast-talking New York women have to say:
Social Media for Organizations:
Moderator: Elana Levin,
Panelists:
Sarah Kennedy,
Yana Walton, communications […]

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Liveblogging #WAMNYC: keynote by Colorlines’ Rinku Sen

jpozners Icon Posted by Jennifer L Pozner

March 31st, 2012

Rinku Sen, the visionary leader of Applied Research Center and ColorLines (which I consider the most important racial justice media outlet in the country) is giving the #WAMNYC keynote. I am paraphrasing this — the notes below are not verbatim, and not at all her comments in their entirety. Please attribute any errors to me, […]

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Liveblogging #WAMNYC - where’s the money in feminist media?

jpozners Icon Posted by Jennifer L Pozner

March 31st, 2012

Liveblogging the #WAMNYC (Women, Action & Media NYC chapter’s 2012 conference today. I’ll be leading a media training (”Framing 101″) later, but I’m starting the day listening to a session on funding feminist media and making a living as a freelance journalist. Speakers include:
Moderator: Helaine Olen
Panelists:
Twanna Hines (@funkybrownchick)
Samhita Mukhopadhyay
Nancy Goldstein
I am paraphrasing this conversation, so […]

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How campaign Kony 2012 Campaign has ignored the feelings of those who suffered and are trying to move on with their lives

rookellos Icon Posted by Rosemary Okello-Orlale

March 20th, 2012

The release of Kony2012’; a video campaign by the American organisation on the invisible Children to capture the rebel leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army, Joseph Kony has gone viral in the YouTube with over 8 million viewers.
While the people of Uganda especially the women organisation welcome this initiative, they are concerned that the […]

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Connecting girls and inspiring futures through the women’s movement

rookellos Icon Posted by Rosemary Okello-Orlale

March 14th, 2012

This year’s International celebration brought it a nostalgic feeling for the women to engage with the young people. Yet over the years the women’s movement has not taken a deliberate approach to connect with and inspire the young girls.
This has made the phrase “women’s movement” sound archaic and many a times, it is referred […]

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Lunafest Promotes Women’s Films, Health

mspencers Icon Posted by Miranda Spencer

March 3rd, 2012

What could bring hundreds of diverse women (and a handful of men) to Philadelphia’s Lutheran Theological Seminary on a rainy Friday night? Not a sermon, but a celebration with a mission: Lunafest.

For more than a decade, the makers of the Luna energy bar have teamed up with the Breast […]

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