Join the Future Journalism Project and Good Trouble Magazine as we explore the intersection of media, art, protest and power.

Art of Resistance: Creativity, Protest and the Media

The United States was founded in rebellion and its history is marked by protests large and small. While some were short-lived, others inspired larger social movements that led to broad cultural and political change.

Those that succeeded demonstrated a unique ability to harness society’s imagination through words, images and sounds. The 19th century abolitionist pamphleteers leveraged the printing press. The 2oth century AIDS activists understood the power of television to bring their message into American living rooms.

Today, as protests mount against the Trump Administration, join us as we bring journalists, activists and artists together to better understand when and how news organizations begin to cover protest movements; and how those movements leverage art and design to amplify their #resistance.

Time & Location

Date: Thursday, June  22
Doors: 6:30pm
Program: 7 – 9pm
Location: The Counting Room
Address (Map): Williamsburg, Brooklyn


Tina Rosenberg

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Jacob Seigel

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Ruddy Roye

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Lizania Cruz

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Indira Cesarine

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