Minneapolis Events

The National Conference on Media Reform is in Minneapolis this weekend, and I’m all over it. Come say hi, or if you’re not going to the conference, stop by Arise! bookstore on Sunday night for a Foundation For Freedom PowerPoint Presentation (FFFPPP). (And yes, no real column again. Next week, devoted readers!)

June 7: Panel Discussion: There Is No Media Justice Without Women (NCMR)
11:15 a.m., Free with conference admission.
With moderator Jennifer Pozner, Women In Media & News (WIMN); DeAnne Cuellar, Texas Media Empowerment Project; Shireen Mitchell, Digital Sistas;and Betty Yu, Manhattan Neighborhood Network.

June 7: Film Appearance: In Our Own Voices: Youth Making Media (NCMR)
2:30 pm, Free with conference admission.
Young Reel Grrrls filmmaker Sami Muilenberg interviewed me for Seattle Generation of Consolidation, a short documentary exploring the impact of media consolidation on news content and how this consolidated news affects youth as both viewers and young media makers.

June 7: Book Signing: Anne Elizabeth Moore, Unmarketable (NCMR)
4 pm, Free with conference admission.
I sign all books like this: “Valued Ebay Customer, Please enjoyed this treasured read from my personal collection. It’s made me quite happy over the days / months / decades (PICK ONE) it’s been in my possession, although not quite as happy as the financial benefit of releasing it to you at this time. Perhaps it will even make its way into your permanent collection, and possibly also be read in entirety. Regardless, your support of my credit card bill / drug habit / mortgage (PICK ONE) is heartwarming. Sincerely, ______________.” Then you have to personalize it. Also, I do not limit the books that I sign to those I have written. Bring anything by!

June 8: Unmarketable Reading, FFF PPP (Arise! Bookstore)
7 p.m., Free.
Co-presented by Parents for Ethical Marketing.

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  1. The Free Press was kind enough to post the audio from much of our session online, so you can hear a thumbnail version of the AAA FFF PPP: http://www.freepress.net/node/41415 (also, don’t miss the hilarious Bill O’Reilly rants, where he calls us dangerous as well as lunatics.)

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