Critical Media Literacy Conference of the Americas (Oct. 15-17, 2022)
The UNESCO Chair DCMÉT is extremely pleased to be one of the sponsors for this transformative and engaging conference that celebrates Paulo Freire's seminal work and also the field of critical media literacy. Michael Hoechsmann (Executive member of the Chair) and Miranda McKee (Research Assistant) are part of the Organizing Committee, and will also be presenting at the Conference. Many thanks and congratulations to Jeff Share and all of the participants, organizers and partners!
The Second Annual Conference of Critical Media Literacy of the Americas celebrates the centennial of the father of critical pedagogy, Paulo Freire. Register for free here: https://ucla.zoom.us/.../register/WN_rMscDEW1TAWP2vrIT0hybw For the schedule and more information: https://tinyurl.com/4k624y27 https://criticalmediaproject.org/cmlconference/ Thank you, @CMLCA Sponsors: Critical Media Project UCLA Center X Union for Democratic Communications Project Censored USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism Mass Media Literacy Gobierno de Tierra del Fuego AIAS I.P.E.S. Paulo Freire Intellect U Well, Inc. Mount Saint Mary's University Unesco Chair in Democracy, Global Citizenship & Transformative Education Youth Be Heard California State University, East Bay #CMLCA4ALL #criticalmedialiteracy #medialiteracy #criticalpedagogy #socialjustice #environmentaljustice
CMLCA is committed to democratic ideals and social justice values. We engage with media as a dialectical space for critique and celebration. Media are complex tools whose effects do not always match intentions. Media can promote democratic participation, support social justice, and bring considerable joy, but they can hinder democracy, stoke violence, and manipulate individuals and society. Our goal for this conference is to facilitate critical discourse about our mediated society with the intent to deepen our understandings and support each other's work in transforming society to be more socially just and environmentally sustainable.