Monthly Archives: March 2011


Spotlight – Sarah Abdurrahman

Sarah Abdurrahman, a producer for WNYC’s On the Media, discusses her work as a Libyan American, trying to get information out of her homeland and connect the Arab diaspora in the wake of the pro-Democracy protests. She’s been contributing to the @Feb17voices … Continue reading

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Spotlight – Mary Joyce

A digital activism polymath with a remarkably diverse background: published author, Harvard drop-out, researcher, vagabond, trainer, campaigner, and serial social entrepreneur. Mary Joyce has come to it honestly, and creatively: she dropped out of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government in … Continue reading

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Spotlight – Mona Seif

“She doesn’t have some new sentiment-analysis app. She doesn’t consult on finding influencers. She doesn’t claim to know the secrets of viral earned media. And I’m pretty sure she isn’t on a panel at SXSW. All she’s done is put … Continue reading

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