17 Dec Working With Journalists: Tips for Sharing Videos of Police Violence

One of the most frequent questions we get from people is “What should I do after filming a video of police violence?” One strategy is to share your video with a journalist, but it’s not always clear how to do that. We spoke with journalist Nick Pinto, who writes about police misconduct, to get tips on what journalists look for in eyewitness videos and how to safely and effectively collaborate with media.

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30 Nov Launching the Video as Evidence Guide: U.S. Immigration

The Video as Evidence Guide: U.S. Immigration aims to help attorneys introduce video evidence that will pass legal muster in a removal hearing challenging an immigrant’s removability, as well as help advocates and community members safely, ethically and effectively document encounters with immigration enforcement.

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27 Aug Deepfakery: A Livestream Talk Series

Overview Deepfakery is a series of critical conversations exploring the intersection of satire, art, human rights, disinformation, and journalism. Join WITNESS and the Co-Creation Studio at MIT Open Documentary Lab for interdisciplinary discussions with leading artists, activists, academics, film-makers and journalists. All talks will be

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05 Aug Deepfakery: A Livestream Talk Series

Overview Deepfakery is a series of critical conversations exploring the intersection of satire, art, human rights, disinformation, and journalism. Join WITNESS and the Co-Creation Studio at MIT Open Documentary Lab for interdisciplinary discussions with leading artists, activists, academics, film-makers and journalists. All talks will be

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