Radical Mapping with Social Movements
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm
East Duke 209
How can mapping help movements? This event will share experiences from folks who integrate mapping with social movement organizing. Join us for presentations by members of the Counter-Cartographies Collective (Liz Mason-Deese and Tim Stallmann), the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project (Manissa Maharawal and Erin McElroy), and Felicia Arriaga on the North Carolina Statewide Police Accountability Network.Date: Wed., March 21, 3pm-5pm- 3pm-3:50pm - presentation by the Counter-Cartographies Collective about principles and approaches of radical mapping.- 4pm-5pm - panel of presenters, followed by Q&A.Due to limited space, RSVP for the event at the link below. About the presenters:The Counter-Cartographies Collective: https://www.countercartographies.org/ The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project is a digital cartography and storytelling collective documenting displacement and resistance struggles upon gentrifying landscapes. Members of this project, Manissa Maharawal and Erin McElroy, will join us via Skype. (See https://www.antievictionmap.com/ )Felicia Arriaga is a bilingual latinx organizer in Durham NC and a Ph.D. candidate in Sociology at Duke University. Felicia's research is in the areas of race and ethnicity, immigration, and crimmigration (criminalization of immigration policy and procedure). She is currently supporting research fellows hosted by the North Carolina Statewide Police Accountability Network (NCSPAN) in a project called #UnveilthePower.