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SEMINAR PROGRAM AND INTERNSHIP FOR STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS @ POOR MAGAZINE CAMPUS

This semester-long (and Summer) seminar and internship is for professionals and students who are interested in learning and practicing arts-centered, non-colonizing media justice and advocacy.

In addition to the core seminars (listed below), internships include hands-on experience in writing, editing, media activism, community organizing, advocacy and policy-making, as well as the opportunity to be published in numerous Bay Area and national publications.

Scholarships and class credit are available for this programming. Please download an application(pdf or doc format) and email it to deeandtiny@poormagazine.org


Core Seminars 2008-09

THE REVOLUTION BEGINS WITH I (REVOLUTIONARY MEDIA PRODUCTION)

  • THE MYTH OF OBJECTIVITY
  • MEDIA LITERACY, MEDIA ACTIVISM AND REVOLUTIONARY MEDIA ORGANIZING
  • THE HIERARCHY OF BY–LINE REAL ESTATE: FACILITATING COMMUNITY AND POVERTY JOURNALISM AND REAL VOICES OF STRUGGLE
  • LANGUAGE DOMINATION AND THE ROOTS OF LINGUISTIC PRIVILEGE
  • REVOLUTIONARY DEVELOPMENT: THE PIMP HO PHILANTHROPY STORY AND THE TOOTS OF PHILANTHROPY IN THE U.S.

DECONSTRUCTING CASE MANAGEMENT; RECONSTRUCTING REAL SERVICE PROVISION

  • INDEPENDENCE; INDIVIDUATION, AND WESTERN PSYCHOLOGICAL MODELS THAT SHAPE OUR FRAME OF SANITY AND PATHOLOGY
  • SEPARATION VERSUS RESTORATION: CONFRONTING THE WESTERN MODEL OF FAMILY CRISIS TREATMENT

ROOTS OF POVERTY

  • RACE AND DISABILITY
  • THE HISTORY OF POVERTY, RACISM AND THE ROOTS OF SERVICE PROVISION IN A U.S. MODEL
  • THE CRIMINALIZATION OF POVERTY I: THE ROOTS OF ...
  • THE CRIMINALIZATION OF POVERTY II: THE LAWS
  • THE CRIMINALIZATION OF POVERTY III: UNDERGROUND ECONOMIC STRATEGIES

TRAVEL, TOURISM AND THE FETISHIZATION OF SCHOOL ACTIVISM

  • DEFAULT COLONIZATION
  • 21ST CENTURY MISSIONARY

 

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