Monthly Archives: March 2007

Deanna 2.0

TweetThe panel is actually titled New Media Distribution 202: Empowering Communities Through Online Tools led by the fabulous Deanna Zandt, and girlfriend knows her shit. (Which is exactly why she’s working with us.) Here is a del.icio.us (indeed) resource list of some of the tools she went over. Tweet
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Do You Know Who You’re Talking To?: Effective Messaging for Young Women of Color

TweetWe have some great women on this panel, which is discussing ways to reach out to and communicate with young women of color. Mary Mahoney from the Pro-Choice Public Education Project is moderating, with Nicole Clark from Helping Our Teen Girls in Real Life Situations (HOTGIRLS) and Candace Webb from the AIDS Alliance for Children, [...]
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What is “feminist media?”

TweetDana Goldstein of CampusProgress, who is also at WAM, has an interesting post up about what exactly folks mean when they say “feminist media.” What do you think? Tweet
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Debunking Media Myths

TweetWhew. So my panel is over and I can relax a little bit. (At least until tomorrow when I’m moderating a panel chock full of funny ladies, including Mikheala Reid.) I’m at a panel run by the very cool Caryl Rivers on media myths like the “boy crisis.” Another media narrative they’re discussing is the [...]
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Beyond “Catfighting”: Creating Strategic Collaborations within Feminist Media.

TweetThis panel is addressing the question of how to build actual collaborations between different types of feminist media and organizations. How do we partner with feminist organizations and media as opposed to fighting or competing for readers? Jessica is talking about how feminist blogs can be a model for collaboration since we all work together, [...]
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