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Remix, Vidding & Social Media Playlist & Resources
This week I spoke at two different Los Angeles colleges about Political Remix Video, Vidding and ways that social media have been used by feminists to talk back and make change.  Below you will find the playlist of videos I showed and a selection of links to related resources.
How I Fought a YouTube Takedown and (Eventually) Won
On January 10th, 2011 I realized that one of my YouTube videos “Too Many Dicks: Video Games Remix” was suddenly unavailable.  I was a little shocked since I hadn’t even received an email letting me know the remix had been removed and for what reason. I still don’t know how long the video had been gone before […]
“Remixing Pop Culture” Event Videos
I organized “Remixing Popular Culture: Subverting Gender and Sexuality with Remix Video” at California State University, Northridge in March 2010 to explore how remix video can subvert gender and sexuality. I was joined by Jonathan McIntosh, Alexis Lothian, and Julie Levin Russo to talk about Political Remix Video and Vidding. Here is the two part video […]
WAM! 2010 Video and Playlist
I had such a fantastic time presenting at Women, Action and Media (WAM) in Los Angeles on March 25th, 2010.  I curated a show of online videos including remixes, vlogs, vids and short documentaries made by women.  Staying true with WAM‘s mission, these videos represent women taking action through media to talk about issues important to […]
WAM! Event in Santa Monica, CA
March is certainly a busy month for me but I’m thrilled to be participating in a WAM! sponsored event. After Remixing Pop Culture at Cal State Northridge on Thursday March 25th, I’ll be heading straight over to Santa Monica to present a series of online videos made by women. I will celebrate women’s use of video […]
Event: Remixing Pop Culture
I have been busy organizing this great event coming up in March at California State University, Northridge.  If you live in or are visiting the Los Angeles area you should come out and watch some of the most intriguing remix videos that subvert traditional gender and sexuality norms.  The videos will be curated and presented by […]
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