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#BSLT2013 From Ratchet to Revolution: Social Media, Technology, and Black Student Organizing

by Student on Sep 25, 2013

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Black Students Be Like: ...

Black Students Be Like:
How do we use social media and technology to change the the self-image of Afrikan people and combat the negative images distributed in mass media?
This workshop deconstructs how corporate media distributes racist images of Black people, how Black students both consume these images and even share them on social media, and how students can use technology to promote positive images of Black people and support grassroots organizing efforts.
Case study of efforts at UC Berkeley with #BlackatCal, Onyx Express and Afro House.
Presentation from 1st Afrikan Black Coalition Black Student Leadership Training, September 13-15, 2013.

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