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Partner Spotlight: Kansas City Public Library

When did your organization launch and why? Kansas City Public Library was established nearly 150 years ago. KCPL, and all public libraries, have served as cornerstones of their communities, providing public access to information. Among the many…
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Member Spotlight: Destiny Brown

Destiny Brown is an Educator and Assistant Producer at Wide Angle Youth Media and a current BFA candidate at NYU Tisch School of the Arts. What do you do? For those who aren’t familiar with Wide…
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Member Spotlight: Ram Devineni

Ram Devineni is a producer at Rattapallax, a nonprofit focused on documentary films, poetry, and transmedia storytelling. What do you do? I make documentary films, transmedia storytelling, and interactive comic books. Tell us about your latest…
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Partner Spotlight: ClassHook

When did your organization launch and why? ClassHook launched as a website in February 2016 to help educators better engage their students and save time finding high-quality videos for their lessons. A 2016 Gallup poll reports…
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Member Spotlight: Melda N. Yildiz

Melda N. Yildiz is a global scholar and Associate Professor of Instructional Technology at New York Institute of Technology. What do you do? I am a global scholar, teacher educator, instructional designer, author, and Emergency Medical…
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Partner Spotlight: Jacob Burns Film Center

When did your organization launch and why? Jacob Burns Film Center (JBFC) is a nonprofit five-screen cinema and education center located in Pleasantville, NY. One of the most successful suburban art houses in the country, we…
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Member Spotlight: Nathaniel Frederick II

Nathaniel Frederick II is an Associate Professor of Mass Communication and Director of African American Studies Program at Winthrop University. What do you do? In the Department of Mass Communication at Winthrop University, my teaching focuses…
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Partner Spotlight: Civic Imagination Project

When did your organization launch and why? Launched in 2016, the Civic Imagination Project taps the civic imagination (our collective vision for what a better tomorrow might look like) to bridge perceived cultural gaps between diverse…
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