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GHS210: Digital Media Project: Information Freedom


As students in this course, you're building a digital project which will be hosted and highlighted on Butler's web presence, and potentially seen by a wide audience. You have the ability to use this opportunity to share what you've learned through your research, and hopefully present your information in a professional and visually appealing way, allowing it to stand side by side with digital stories produced by major media organizations. See further examples below of digital projects intended to further social justice initiatives.

NJ Spark from Rutgers Univ.

NJ Spark

NJ Spark at Rutgers University is a journalism project with a social justice focus, intended to "bring students together with media makers and journalists to create media for and with underserved communities."

Docu-Videos from Univ of MN

Docu-Videos from Univ. of Minn.

Multimedia projects produced by students in Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies courses at the University of Minnesota, published by UMN's Digital Humanities for Social Justice initiative.

Media Mobilizing Project

Media Mobilizing Project

A nonprofit that uses media production to "amplify the voices of communities fighting for justice, equity and human rights" to activate large-scale social justice movements.


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