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Allied Media Conference seeks session proposals for AMC2017

The offices of Allied Media Projects

The Allied Media Conference (AMC) is an annual conference held every summer in Detroit dedicated to using art, media and technology to advance social justice and social change. Last year was the conference's 10th in Detroit, but according to event organizer Allied Media Projects (AMP), "AMC2017 will be the most important Allied Media Conference that we have ever hosted."

One unique feature of AMC is that attendees have the ability to shape the conference. And one major way they can do that is by proposing sessions, which anyone can do until the deadline on March 12. 

[Check out Model D's article on the AMC celebrating 10 years in Detroit]

AMP has some general criteria they look for in session proposals: "We especially love sessions that share interesting ideas, strategies, and tools in an accessible way, and that offer opportunities for continued work and connections beyond the AMC."

The organization is also hosting three online information meetings for people who want more info on the process.

Click here to propose a session or for more info on the AMC and session guidelines.
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