The Detroit Narrative Agency, a new program of Allied Media Projects, is excited to announce ten recipients of the Seed Grant Program for moving image projects. The Seed Grant Program nurtures Detroit-based storytellers who are advancing the narratives of justice and liberation through compelling, quality, moving-image projects.
Allied Media Projects is excited to partner with local and national organizations, including the Restaurant Opportunities Center of Michigan and the Ella Baker Center of Human Rights, to present the “Night Out for Safety and Liberation” on Tuesday, , 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at the Detroit Public Library.
The 18th annual Allied Media Conference brought over 2,000 people to Detroit for four days of media-based organizing. We read through all of the tweets and posts to share some of the emergent themes and trends from AMC2016. Read on for our AMC2016 social media roundup!
We are excited to share our video, “Creating the World That We Need,” which shares highlights from the AMC2016 Opening Ceremony.
The Detroit Community Technology Project is Hiring a Program Coordinator for the Equitable Internet Initiative
The Detroit Community Technology Project is hiring a Program Coordinator for the Equitable Internet Initiative, a program that aims to ensure that more Detroit residents have the ability to leverage digital technologies for social and economic development.