Here is a list of the session calls at JTM-North Carolina, “Create or Die 2:”
- What are the roles of games in journalism? – Mani Sand Victor – 10:30 a.m.
- How do we create a multimedia-congrolerate featuring people of color – Jasiri X and Paradise Gray / What is radical womyn of color media? – Tani Ikeda — 10:30 a.m.
- How do we support those living in the shadows – for whatever reason –to tell their stories to affect social change / How can we empower those affected by an issue/problem to participate in journalism about that issue? — Tamara Jeffries/ Victoria Bouloubasis – 10:30 a.m.
- Practical tools and strategies to reach audiences online / how to collaborate to build a robust online community – Sandy Ordonez / Akiba Smith-Francis — 1:30 p.m.
- How do we use news and crowdsourcing to feed the world’s hungry – Michelle Ferrier – 1:30 p.m.
- How do we make the invisible visible . . . mapping your hidden assets toward community entrepreneurship – Chris Rabb — 1:30 p.m.
- How can we educate people about local elections through new media – Jordan Green — 1:30 p.m.
- Institutional knowledge: Do you have examples of how journalism has changed the law and society? / What does a ‘journalist’ look like today? – Amanda Sturgill – 3 p.m.
- What are the legal needs of journalists in the news media environment? – Jeff Hermes – 3 p.m.
- How can we create Silicon Valley east for diverse communities – Michelle Ferrier
- How to break down archaic, top-down structures in organizations for collaborative use structures (became Web Culture) – Sandy Ordonez – 3 p.m.
- How do we make money? – Elwin Green – 3 p.m.
Breakout sessions from Saturday:
- Show Me Your ID / 1 Hood & immediate Justice Part II / Geeking out to help communities of struggle – creating cutting edge tools to empower / Further notes
Tani Ikeda, Paradise Gray and Jasiri X.
- The New Me Identity – A digital identity system that we use to shape our own identity/history – Michelle Ferrier
- Mapping the Greensboro 52’s invisible capital toward creating a commonwealth enterprise model for: “The Wake Up Tour” – Harvesting the stories for the next American revolution – an oral-history project with a special bus – Chris Rabb, Tani Ikeda
- The Document Durham Project – Travis Mitchell
- Revolution: A non violent resistence simulation/video game – Matt Renner
- Homewood Nation: The Homewood 100 initiative – Elwin Green
- How to Create an Urban Journalism Program – for high-school students who will be the next generation of media communicators from communities of struggle – Barbara Lewis