After 10 exciting days of radical learning and upskilling at the 10th Allied Media Conference in Detroit, we share new narratives.
This is an opportunity to be a part of process of sharing the deep knowledge and transformative skills in radical archiving, oral history, community visual data capture and surviving the education system.
We have four creative, arts and media-based skill shares:
Oral histories, Intergenerationality Space: These walls have Memory - Zena Edwards.
Surviving School: Re-humanising Learning - Dhelia Snoussi
Visual Data workshop - Rotimi Skyers
Radical Libraries and Archiving: Changing the Narrative - Paula Serafini
These workshops aim to help support us to develop narratives and strategies for our campaigns and social justice discourses in a way that speaks across all sectors and generations; being able to speak to our own community, elders, youth, institutions, academia etc. With these learnings we hope to add to our building of robust strategies for organising and democratizing power. We will close the workshops with a collective reflections and next step forwards session for us all to take in our lives, work, practices and movements.
**This venue is wheelchair accessible. Tickets are Free for donors of our AMC crowdfunder, we also have concessionary and free tickets for access, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
**All welcome, however we prioritise ours spaces for people of colour, lgbqti, and working class community