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Sunday, June 17 • 11:45am - 12:45pm
Advance Your Work with Allied Media Projects

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We will provide a space for participants to learn about the Allied Media Projects Sponsored Project Program’s fiscal sponsorship and supportive services, hear from current sponsored projects about their experience, and explore whether the program might be a good fit for their work. Participants will walk away with a greater understanding of fiscal sponsorship as a way to obtain resources for their work and of the specific offerings of the Sponsored Projects Program.


Serena Maria Daniels

Tostada Magazine
Serena is the co-founder and editor of Tostada Magazine, an independent new media outlet that celebrates the rich culture of Metro Detroit's food scene. Her food writing appears in NPR's The Salt, Lucky Peach, Eater, Extra Crispy, the Metro Times and others. Her reporting on stories... Read More →

Cayden Mak

18 Million Rising
Executive Director, 18 Million Rising. Part of the leadership of the network of Movement Techies formed last year at the Highlander Center convergence.

Toni Moceri

Allied Media Projects
Toni Moceri directs AMP's sponsored projects program, supporting over 100 sponsored projects working at the intersection of media and social justice.
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Tawana Petty

Detroit Community Technology Project/Petty Propolis
Tawana "Honeycomb" Petty is a mother, anti-racist social justice organizer, youth advocate, poet and author. She is the Data Justice Coordinator and Communications Assistant for the Detroit Community Technology Project (DCTP), founding member of the Our Data Bodies Project (ODB... Read More →

Benito "Mav-One" Vasquez

Native to Southwest Detroit, Benito "Mav-One"Vasquez came up at a time when hip-hop was a cultural norm. Breakdance crews practiced at parks and rec centers, were respected by community leaders and maintained a competitive, non-combative spirit in their competitions. Existing in the... Read More →

Sunday June 17, 2018 11:45am - 12:45pm
STATE HALL: Room 118

Attendees (142)