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Remix artists and feminist women Anita Sarkeesian and Elisa Kreisinger have created these videos about how they use remix and mashup videos to communicate deep analysis about representations of race, gender, sexuality, class and ability in popular culture.
This year during Sunshine Week, San Diego's local City Beat honed in on local projects that broaden civic engagement, transparency and access to public information. In this blog post we share the various work that New Media Rights does to support whistleblowers and transparency.
New Media Rights supported community groups and local voices at the first California Broadband Council meeting, at the State Capital on February 28th and April 5th. New Media Rights called for meaningful community stakeholder inclusion and transparency in allocating close to $500 million dollars in monies to various projects.
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How can new web video tools transform news storytelling?Answer this here: https://drumbeat.org/en-US/challenges/unlocking-video/
New Media Rights offers education and one-to-one assistance on copyright, online publishing and internet law. We also advocate for improved media policy that serves individual creators and emerging platforms. We take community building seriously and have worked to build events like Drumbeat San Diego and our film screening of 10 Tactics.
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