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Digital Social Justice

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Originally presented in January 2015 with Vernon Wall. This presentation discusses the intersections of concepts of social justice with what happens digitally on social media.

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Digital Social Justice

  1. Digital Social JusticeDigital Social JusticeDigital Social JusticeDigital Social JusticeDigital Social JusticeDigital Social JusticeDigital Social Justice Digital Social Justice with Vernon Wall and Paul Brown
  2. Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.
  3. The power of social media is it forces necessary change. -Erik Qualman
  4. Your online and offline lives are inextricable intertwined.
  5. Understand six key concepts of social justice and how they may play out online and off.
  6. What makes you unique?
  7. YOUR NAME Who does Google say you are?
  8. What does Instagram say about you?
  9. Are your online and offline lives… The same? Different?
  10. What do you think makes you unique?
  11. Think of a time when you were treated “less than” because of who you were/are.
  12. • Be open and honest • Participate fully (at your level of comfort) • Speak from personal experience: use “I” statement to share thoughts and feeling • Listen respectfully • Share air time: encourage others participation • An attitude and willingness to learn about self and others • Open to New Perspectives • Take Risk • Respect and Maintain Confidentiality • Notice Group Dynamics • Name your triggers • Trust that dialogue will take us to deeper levels of understanding and acceptance. • HAVE FUN Community Learning Guidelines
  13. What is Social Justice?
  14. A Process and A Goal "The goal of social justice education is full and equal participation of all groups in a society that is mutually shaped to meet their needs. Social justice includes a vision of society that is equitable and all members are physically and psychologically safe and secure." Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice: A Sourcebook. Edited by Maurianne Adams, Lee Anne Bell, and Pat Griffin.
  15. What is Social Media?
  16. A Tool and A Context
  17. TOOL
  18. CONTEXT
  19. key concepts…
  20. Individual Identity and Group Membership
  21. YOUR NAME
  22. digital stamp.
  23. digital footprints follow us.
  24. FROM THE WOMB! We even have digital stamps
  25. you can be whomever you want to be. online
  26. Privileged and Marginalized Groups Nationality Gender Race Religion Sexual Orientation Class Ableness Age Others BIG 8
  27. Identities I’m most conscious of… Identities I’m least conscious of… Identities I show/hide to others online/ offline…Nationality Gender Race Religion Sexual Orientation Class Ableness Age Others
  28. P + P = O
  29. Privilege + Prejudice Oppression
  30. Equal = Equitable Equal is not necessarily Equitable
  31. Be about “true service”
  32. #Slacktivism
  33. “Ally” is an adjective/verb not a noun…
  34. #unselfie
  35. we are all born bias-free
  36. • Individual Identity and group membership are always present. • Think about who you want to be online. Know how others may try to define you. • We all have dominant and subordinated identity groups. We also have multiple group memberships. • Think about social media as both a tool and a context. You are entering into communities. • Equal is not necessarily equitable. Review
  37. • Be about “true service.” • Balance slacktivism with activism. • The word “ally” is an adjective/verb - not a noun. • Spread love liberally online. • We are all born completely “bias free.” • Be charitable but principled when interacting online. Review
  38. • Communities are built through building relationships of trust and commitment. • We all are doing the best we can (most of the time) • We don’t know all there is to know. • Just because you are, doesn’t mean you understand. • Oppression is pervasive and impacts us all. • Not our faults, but we must accept responsibility. • Conflict and discomfort are often part of growth. • Seek first to understand, then to be understood. • Practice some forgiveness and letting go. • Self-work, healing and self love are necessary for acceptance of others. • There are no quick fixes. • Individuals and communities do grow and change. • There is HOPE! Rev. Jamie Washington, Ph.D. 2003 Diverse Community Foundations
  39. The power of social media is it forces necessary change. -Erik Qualman
  40. Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.
  41. Digital Social JusticeDigital Social JusticeDigital Social JusticeDigital Social JusticeDigital Social JusticeDigital Social JusticeDigital Social JusticeDigital Social Justice vernon.wall@gmail.com www.sjti.org www.vernonwall.org @vernonAwall paulgordonbrown@gmail.com www.paulgordonbrown.com @paulgordonbrown

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