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.
Milwaukee 53206 Impact Report: Documentary & Social Justice in U.S. Faith Communities
A new initiative seeking to help build and support collaboration between comedy people and social justice people.
Homelessness & Housing Security in U.S. Culture: How Popular Culture & News Depict an American Challenge
The State of the Documentary Field: 2018 Study of Documentary Professionals
Guides to help you make media.
What's on the horizon.
Measuring media that matters.
As a stopgap measure, the AFI Docs festival in Washington, DC was remarkably satisfying. The technology largely worked; most Zoom participants remembered to mute/unmute; the ticketing was efficient;...
We, the team at the Center for Media & Social Impact at American University’s School of Communication, express our deep sorrow and unequivocal outrage in response to the murders of George...
The Copyright Office’s latest report is a real slap in the face for Michael Moore--and everyone who ever posted a painstakingly executed remix, or investigative story, or delicious satire and...
#laughterlab :) https://t.co/mA3HDMzg51
RT @irworkshop: Join our team! Were looking for a new Director of Development to help sustain and grow our transparency and accountability
RT @paufder: Minneapolis's progressive pro-equality policies were "color-blind," and so they entrenched racism. IMO proves the maxim: Solve
RT @CatyBC: Can't wait to be in conversation with @RevYearwood + @HipHopCaucus on July 31, talking about comedy in climate justice activism
It's time to #StepIntoPower. The women of @SheCouldBeNext are changing politics from the ground up! We will be tune https://t.co/CngvKjg5XU
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