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Learning from Our Past, Looking to the Future> NCMR 2013 Opening Plenary

Published on Apr 6, 2013

Get ready for speeches and performances from some of the movement’s best thinkers, artists and rabble-rousers. Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock and our emcee for the afternoon, Denver’s own David Sirota, welcome us to the 2013 National Conference for Media Reform. We’ll feature a roundtable of historians and activists discussing the media, race and activism. And we’ll hear from feminist and movement leaders about what we’ve accomplished — and what fights lie ahead. For extra inspiration, we’ll have poetry plus a special performance prepared just for us by acclaimed artist Staceyann Chin. This is the NCMR 2013 opening plenary “Learning from Our Past, Looking to the Future.”

“This is no longer a mainstream media, this is an extreme media beating the drums of war.”  Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! at the NCMR

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3 comments

  1. Is the transcript available anywhere? Thank you

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    1. For a transcripts of the workshops from freepress.net, who organized the conference. Send them an email on their website under contact us.

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    2. For a transcripts of the workshops from freepress.net, who organized the conference. Send them an email on their website under their Contact Us.

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