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Open UN: The Evolution of the Crowd panel

UN Global Pulse hosted a number of events during New York Social Media Week. I was glad to contribute on the Open UN: The Evolution of the Crowd panel.

Launching Digital Democracy TV

I’ve been doing research in Southeast Asia, which has kept me pretty busy and almost entirely off the internet. At the same time, I managed to launch an online television show through Blip.tv. Excitingly, it’s even been picked up by Witness on The Hub. Check it out and let me know your thoughts. They should be coming out every week.

Keeping the Beat to Race Relations in DC

Is it called Malcolm X Park or Meridian Hill Park? Who can lay claim to an historic neighborhood – the people who live there, or the people whom they displaced? In Washington, DC, these questions form part of a history of tenuous race relations. As a new First Family enters the White House, does the nation’s capital remain a segregated city?

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