Video of the first discussion of our series Revolutionizing Activism.

This is a recording of the first edition of Revolutionizing Activism, our new online conversation series between advocates, activists, grantmakers, journalists, and artists. In our first discussion, moderated by Jeanine Abrams McLean, President of Fair Count, we discussed how we as advocates can use creativity to cultivate joyous civic engagement and overcome apathy.

Featuring activist-artists Cheikh Séne (Keyti) and Leónidas Martín, we had a riveting discussion with ideas and inspiration for dealing with some key problems confronting organizations working on U.S. democracy, based on the panelist’s expertise in other countries.

#REVActivism
Date: December 14th at 12pm EST
More information here:
https://c4aa.org/2021/12/can-art-combat-civic-apathy

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