AMP projects featured at "Potential in Proximity: Exploring Displacement & Arts Education in Community Spaces"
Detroiters will have a chance to interact with several of Allied Media Projects' partners on November 3 and 4 in a weekend-long presentation at the Detroit Public Library-Main Library. The goal of the program is to help cultivate civic engagement through artistic expression.
The Detroit Community Technology Project is hiring a part time Communications Manager to help us amplify the story of our work.
The five members of the DNA 2.0 cohort continued projects that germinated within the first DNA cohort of ten that launched in January of 2016. Their projects include Dangerous Times | Rebellious Responses, directed by Alicia Diaz; Riding with Aunt D. Dot, directed by Bree Gant; Femme Queen Chronicles, directed by Ahya Simone; Sidelots, directed by Atieno Nyar Kasagam; and Take Me Home, directed by Orlando Ford.
What does fairness look like when artificial intelligence shapes decision-making? How can we create AI in a way that reflects diverse communities and complex social dynamics? “A People's Guide to Artificial Intelligence” is now available.
The Transforming Power Fund (TPF) is a new Detroit-based social justice fund committed to transformative systems change. The fund is being developed as a sponsored project of Allied Media Projects,