Justice/ Sustainability Media
In order to collaborate one must communicate with others. Here are media outlets that are effective at conveying complex concepts through talented storyteling. All media forms welcome.
Symbolia. “Neuroscientific research supports what narrative nonfiction storytellers instinctively know: Stories with clear, emotionally evocative dramatic arcs are most effective at keeping readers engaged.
These stories cause the body to produce chemicals including cortisol, which focuses attention, as well as oxytocin, which is associated with empathy. They also light up areas of the brain linked to understanding others.” Nonprofit Web Design in NYC | Bureau for Good. Skylight | Stories that illuminate. About Skylight | Skylight. Stories that Illuminate For 30 years Skylight has been committed to producing artistic, challenging and socially relevant independent documentary films & digital media tools on issues of human rights and the quest for justice.
At Skylight we don’t simply tell stories about human rights – we engage people in activism to promote international human rights. (Watch our Skylight 30 Years slideshow to see more) We create media with people; collaborating with community leaders, grassroots organizations, and NGO’s to create media that tells their stories, and strengthens their efforts. Upleaf: Strategic Online Communications for Nonprofits. Infomatic Films. Www.awareguide.com. Adbusters Culturejammer Headquarters | Journal of the mental environment. ProPublica. We Are Change | Be the Change You Wish to See in the World | WeAreChange.org.
Innovational Talks | Inspirational Talks & Videos | Motivational Speakers - The INK Conference - The INK Conference. Google Art Project - Google Art Project. Amazing TED talks. NLM - New Left Media - Documentary Web Series. Cognitive Media | Home | Supercharge yourself. Think, talk and work more creatively. Environment Infographics. The Photo Ark - Joel Sartore. For many of Earth’s creatures, time is running out.
Half of the world’s plant and animal species will soon be threatened with extinction. The goal of the Photo Ark is to document biodiversity, show what’s at stake and to get people to care while there’s still time. More than 3,200 species have been photographed to date, with more to come. Click here to learn more about the Photo Ark and how buying a print can help. Click here to see behind the scenes with a clip on the project from NBC Nightly News. Oasis HD - Love Nature! RSA Animate. Free Range Studios | Graphic Design | Storytelling | Washington, DC | Oakland, CA. The Juice Media | Rap News. COSMOVISION. Best of Juice Rap News.