Watch creative women Margaux Delotte-Bennet and Amy Melrose discuss the power of social media and Twitter at Sisterhood the Blog's 8/15/10 focus group.
MORE ABOUT EVENT:
Ananda Leeke, a lawyer-turned author, artist, coach, yoga teacher, and innerpreneur anandaleeke.com, organized and moderated Sisterhood the Blog's focus group on how creative women use social media held on August 15, 2010, at Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library in Washington, DC.
Guest panelists included:
•Margaux Delotte-Bennett, poet, songwriter, performer, member of The Saartjie Project, and board member of the Young Women's Drumming Empowerment Project - kinkywaves.wordpress.com;
•Adeline Heyman, photographer - adelineheymann.com;
•Simone Jacobson, managing editor of Words. Beats. Life: The Global Journal of Hip-Hop Culture, writer at The Couch Sessions, company manager at Holly Bass Performance Projects, and program coordinator for Hip-Hop Dance Program at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts,and founding co-director of Sulu DC - twitter.com/sim1ontharun;
•Binahkaye Joy, founder and visionary space activator, JOYISM!, a mobile dance laboratory, and member of The Saartjie Project - dancejoyism.com;
Ananda organized the focus group to conduct research for her book project Sisterhood, the Blog: Soundbytes from the 21st Century Women's Online Revolution (December 2011). She has been developing content and conducting research on women in social media since 2008. She has used her Talkshoe.com radio shows (Sisterhood the Blog Radio and BAP Living Radio), BAP Living social networking site, Ananda Leeke TV on YouTube, DC Social Media Examiner column, and blog to feature and capture her research on women in social media.
Ananda's books That Which Awakens Me: A Creative Woman's Poetic Memoir of Self-Discovery and Love's Troubadours -- Karma: Book One are available on Amazon.com - amzn.to/9vEFas). They are great books to read or give as gifts during the fall and winter seasons!
In addition, Ananda is using Kickstarter.com as a social media fundraising tool to solicit donations for her Sisterhood the Blog book project. Click on the link kck.st/avHVlu to make a donation of $1-$25 by December 23, 2010. Her goal is $500. Thank you in advance for your support and generosity!
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