History… Interview: Jason Bermas “Transitioning from Apathy to Activism in the Digital Age”

Author: Lisa ArbercheskiJune 9, 2013
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Tonight, on History… So it Doesn’t Repeat: We feature an Interview with independent activist, researcher, and filmmaker, Jason Bermas; discovering what it takes to transition from watching media, to creating and producing it. We’ll also discuss how to unfold a bright future, by shining a light on the Shade cast by the Technopoly.

Uploaded on Jun 9, 2013

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