What's possible when community and media connect?

You’re invited to a statewide virtual conversation.

When: April 17th and 18th from 1-4pm

Through Community | Media | Possibility the Alaska Humanities Forum has hosted a series of conversations that have explored the question,

What's possible when community and media connect?

This program is culminating in a statewide conversation to strengthen connections across our state through a deepened exploration of community and media. The Forum is partnering with Journalism That Matters for an “unconferencing” experience --a participant driven exchange of information and ideas. The agenda will be built out of the questions that matter most to you. So bring your questions and ideas about the kind of relationship you want between communities and media. We expect you’ll come away clearer about your own next steps, with connections to others who care, and, in the process, we’ll seed a network for media that works for all.

For more information contact Taylor Strelevitz, tstrelevitz@akhf.org.
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