Next week we're having a screening of the movie 10 Tactics for Turning Information in to Action, which profiles case studies of non-profits using new media to promote their cause - it's a great introduction to some fundamentals of online organizing and activism with tips on using video, crowdsourcing and other cutting edge concepts. We're really excited to be hosting the New York premier of this movie and we want to make sure there's a good turnout, so please spread the word via email, twitter, facebook, buzz or whatever other tools you may use.
ONE IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT PAYMENT: because of some concern by some members about paying with PayPal, we have set up an alternative payment system through BrownPaperTickets, which is the ticketing system used by the Tank theater where the event will take place. Please RSVP either through meetup or through BrownPaperTickets in advance though - tickets are just $5 now, but $10 at the door.10 Tactics for Turning Information Into Action: a film by Tactical Technology Collective
Wed, 02/17/2010 - 7:00pm
Stories from 25 rights advocates around the world who have successfully used information and digital technologies to create positive change.
Hosted by GrassrootsCamp and Organizing20.org
Presale tickets are available here:
An administrative note: I know that a few messages have recently been sent to you through this meetup that are not related to this group's activities. Because of this abuse of the messaging system, I have adjusted the settings so that only messages approved by me will be able to go through. I apologize for not doing this earlier. If you have an event or important bit of information that you would like to share with the group, please send it to me in advance to make sure that it is appropriate to send to the group.