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From "Race, Politics and American Media" held October 8, 2009 at MIT with Williams, urban political propfessor Phillip Thompson of MIT, and Communications Forum Director David Thorburn. Full video at http://techtv.mit.edu/videos/16537-ra...
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http://civic.mit.edu/blog/kanarinka/participatory-urban-planning-with-james-rojas James Rojas will walk us through the methodology and the finding and lessons learned from over the 200 workshops he has facilitated. Rojas is an urban pl...
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Members of Somerville's Honk! Festival organizing committee discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by this seven-year-old activist street music festival, the nation-wide street-band movement it has nurtured, and its implicati...
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ZUMIX is an East Boston-based nonprofit organization dedicated to building our community through music and the arts. A core belief is that music is the most powerful means of developing adolescent self-identity. Our award-winning music a...
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Ever wonder how to set up your personal and corporate social media strategy? How do you leverage social media to build your start-up's presence? What's the technology that enables it and what are the differences between vario...
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Oral history interview with Barry Vercoe, MIT Professor Emeritus of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT, founding member of the MIT Media Lab, and computer music pioneer and composer. Interviewed by Forrest Larson and Christopher Ariza, MIT V...
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Open Gov_What's Gone Wrong, What's Gone Right? Panel: Susan Crawford-Harvard Law School and Kennedy School, Moderator; Mike Norman-Wefunder.com; Mark Headd-Code for America; Chris Vein- Deputy United States Chief Technology Officer for...
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Civic Action On and Offline: IRL + RT FTW! Panel: Sasha Costanza-Chock(Moderator); Jamilah King-Colorlines; Hal Roberts-Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University; Holmes Wilson-Fight for the Future
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And Now for Something Completely Different Panel: Lorrie LeJeune- MIT, Moderator; Larry Birnbaum-Northwestern University/Knight News Innovation Lab; Kate Darling- MIT Media Lab; Gregg Marra-Google; Ben Moskowitz-Mozilla; Dan Schultz-MI...
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