We developed a workshop for designers and social justice activists based in Viewpoints and Composition, a philosophy and set of techniques for the theatre. Building on other experience prototyping and somatic methods, the workshop leads participants through the design of a hypothetical internet-enabled social justice campaign, encouraging them to imagine the felt-experience of networked social justice movement building in a socio-spatial context.
Hybrid framing in the Justice for Antwon Rose II Movement
In this study of the Justice for Antwon Rose II (J4A) movement, we analyzed communication for protest coordination and framing processes. Due to concerns about safety and surveillance, J4A did not use Twitter or Facebook for protest coordination, instead using secure messenger applications and known networks of trust.