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Thurs. July 18 2013
  • Note: During this time frame, working group co-chairs Joseph, Roberto, and Jackie worked to sustain ongoing communications work (newsletter) and assess how best to organize our work at the USSF-3 takes shape. We did not hold general work group meetings
Wed. March 5 2013
Wed. Feb. 27 2013
Wed. Feb. 20 2013
Wed. Feb.13, 2013; Notes at:
Tues. Feb. 4, 2013; Notes at:
Tuesday Jan. 29: Updates on USSF planning, newsletter, website, expanded proposal Notes at: http://piratepad.netcommtechjan292013
Tuesday Jan.22: Updates on task forces, Volunteers needed for newsletter editorial collective, website, planning USSF "expanded," and to help with mobilizing resources to do the important communications and technology work of the US Social Forum. Contact Jackie or Joseph if you can help! Notes details here
Monday January 7:
MEETING SUMMARY: The main goal of this meeting was to summarize some of the past work and experience of the Communications and Technology working group/s of the US Social Forum and summarize the three main task forces that are now active. This working group is a result of the merging of what used to be two separate working groups, and our work is to mesh the social and technical work of communications for movement building. Our current work is supporting the US Social Forum strategy meeting taking place March 8-10 in New Orleans. There will also be a satellite meeting in Philadelphia that combines a Northeast Regional Peoples Movement Assembly with sessions that will bring together participants in Philadelphia and New Orleans. We will also livestream segments of these meetings. The three main task forces are the Newsletter, Website, and "March meeting Expanded" task force. Details and task force contacts are listed in these notes.

Monday Dec. 17

Current Comms-Tech Work Agenda

Upcoming Meeting Agenda