Host Lauren-Glenn Davitian speaks with Jonathan Kissam about the worker-owned co-operative, Webskillet. Webskillet works to ensure that community organizations, nonprofits and small businesses have the tools to connect with members, donors and customers using cutting-edge digital strategy.
Emily Anderson, Producer and Mark Utter, Screenwriter of 'I am In Here' talk about their movie project exploring the life and thinking of Mark Utter. For more information visit their facebook page http://www.facebook.com/MarkUtterIaminHere or to donate to the project visit their kickstarter site: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/488140546/i-am-in-here-a-film-by-mark-utter/dashboard?ref=email
Host Lauren-Glenn Davitian offers the highlights of the NTEN Conference held in San Francisco in April 2012. Attended by 1700 nonprofits and circuit riders, the event focused on data visualization, mobile innovation, online collaboration and more. Find selected resources here at the Common Good Vermont blog.
This lecture and discussion at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, VT is about French language newspapers in New England led by Dr. Carole Salmon, Assistant Professor of French Studies and Culture for UMASS at Lowell.
Barrie Dunsmore presents a public lecture titled, “The Demise of the News Media…and Why That Matters.” The event, is part of the UVM Political Science Department’s Mark L. Rosen Lecture Series. Dunsmore covered foreign affairs for ABC News for thirty years, reporting from Washington and abroad on the policies of seven U.S. Presidents from Johnson to Clinton. He traveled with them all overseas and was a regular on the planes of their Secretaries of State. From 1965-95 he reported from more than one hundred countries on virtually every major international event from wars to summits to diplomatic shuttles. Dunsmore is the author of There and Back, a collection of columns on Middle East policy, superpower strategies and controversial domestic issues. He is a regular commentator on VPR and a columnist for the Rutland Herald.
Roz Payne, Archivist and John Douglas, Filmmaker and co-founder of the Newsreel Collective discuss the role of alternative media during the public uprisings of the 1960's and 1970's against the Viet Nam War and in support of economic justice. They discuss the current Occupy movement(s) and reflect on how history repeats itself as long as capitalism remains the dominant economic order.
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