The Center for Media & Social Impact, based at American University's School of Communication in Washington, D.C., is an innovation lab and research center that creates, studies, and showcases media for social impact.
Breaking The Silence: How Documentaries Can Shape the Conversation on Racial Violence in America and Create New Communities
Digital Power 2020: Webinar Series on strategic digital communications to enable documentary impact campaigns to thrive.
Comedy for Racial Justice in The Climate Crisis
Guides to help you make media.
What's on the horizon.
Measuring media that matters.
AU’s Center for Environmental Filmmaking (CEF) released its 2020 Impact Media Report at the 2020 Jackson Wild Summit.
At Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival, come for the recent festival winners that share a common DNA: investigative journalism. And stay for the conversations about how to do it right. This...
Public, educational and governmental (PEG) cable channels are essential, and not just in a crisis.
RT @SSIReview: Comedians who say something serious about the world while they make us laugh are capable of mobilizing the masses. Read an
What a great convo with Devorne Hormeku of @ColorOfChange moderated by @CatyBC and @SarahMosses of @Together_Films. https://t.co/MiFhRkTMx5
RT @yvettescorse: Thanks to Devorne Hormeku of @ColorOfChange for breaking down rapid response comms that benefit Black lives and movements
We are LIVE with Devorne Hormeku of @ColorOfChange and he's giving us invaluable information on taking an audience https://t.co/y5ta7jeDIC
Just 10 MINUTES until we are LIVE with the final session of the #DIGITALPOWER2020 series. Today, we're talking onli https://t.co/BaoTQtA91h
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