Artists Against an #Infodemic

Presented at ONA20
September 30, 2020
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Media organizations CatchLightThe Everyday Projects, and Dysturb, with digital strategist Pamela Chen and infectious disease specialist Dr. Jenell Stewart, are pairing health messages with visuals to document the daily impact of COVID-19. Learn how they are leveraging viral tactics and public displays to inform underserved communities around the world. The project, Artists Against an Infodemic, is supported in part by the John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford University.


Featuring

Peter DiCampo
CoFounder, The Everyday Projects
Elodie Mailliet
CEO, Catchlight
Benjamin Petit
CoFounder and Director, Dysturb
Michael Bolden
Managing Director, John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships, Stanford University
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