Story Movements is a catalytic two-day convening that examines platforms and genres of civic media storytelling through the lens of contemporary struggles for social justice. From documentary film to...
Dir. PAMELA YATES
76 minutes, Color and Black & White
In Person: Director Pamela Yates and producer Paco de Onís
When Haskell Wexler died last December, he was justly...
Dir. NICOLE HORANYI
90 minutes, Color
In Person: Subject Kimberly Motley
Kimberly Motley doesn’t have to be in Afghanistan, but since 2008 this smart and...
7 p.m. Program; 6:30 p.m. Refreshments
Free and Open to the Public, First come first seated
Stories of Strength: First-Person Films by Community Activists showcases short digital films by...
Presentation by the Beehive Collective
The Beehive Collective is coming to DC! After almost a decade of careful research, narrative crafting, and design, the Beehive Design Collective has released...
Professor Benjamin Stokes will explain how a new kind of of game is fighting segregation and promoting sustainable business.
A new class of civic games is affecting the real world. Real-world games...
Through the lives of four young women, Out in the Night reveals how their race, gender identity and sexuality became criminalized in the mainstream news media and criminal legal system.
Out in the...
3 1⁄2 MINUTES, TEN BULLETS dissects the aftermath of the murder of 17-year-old Jordan Davis and the trial of Michael Dunn who, in 2012, shot him repeatedly at a Florida gas station for playing his...
Set in the part of L.A. popularly known as South Central, Daisy & Max explores the world of gang violence intervention workers, the long shadows of mass incarceration on families and children,...
RT @CatyBC: Happy moment presenting new study from @lfeldman17 & I about role of documentaries & comedy in social change. #innovatenarrativ
RT @paufder: #Comedy for social justice, yes! The ultimate how-to here thx @CMSImpact @catyBC: https://t.co/J9QFVxIFuG
RT @SpitfireSays: This @CMSImpact report highlights the important role comedy plays in social change: https://t.co/t3rHwxbhCX
Thanks for the share, @fromthehip. https://t.co/OtM0jsmexO
RT @AU_SOC: New project from @CMSImpact The Laughter Effect looks at how and why comedy can play a role in social change: https://t.co/8neC
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