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#CopCoverage Training November 16

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Film The Police For Your Protection
The People’s Press Project is holding a series of trainings that will empower local community journalists and members.

How To Do #CopCoverage– Training will take place Sunday, November 16th From 3:30 to – 5:30 PM in the Fercho room in the  downtown Fargo Public Library.

This training is free and open to anyone in the community who want to learn more about what their communication rights are and how to exercise their rights to film in public and share their stories in the most effective way.

When:  Sunday, November 16th From 3:30 to – 5:30 PM

Where:  Downtown Fargo Public Library, Fercho Room

Background

The People’s Press Project (PPP), is a media justice non-profit serving the Fargo, ND and Moorhead, MN area which has launched a community response to numerous claims of excessive force by the Fargo Police department. The PPP has responded with educational trainings empowering residents with an understanding of their civil, communication and community journalism rights and best practices.

This project benefits anyone who wants to learn their communication rights, the public’s rights to film and record in public, and how to exercise them. We also aim to help the public share their stories in the most effective ways. The PPP will be holding trainings, webinars, and community response actions in connection with the #CopCoverage campaign empowering residents to discuss concerns about police interactions, sharing their stories, and seeking remedies together with local law enforcement entities so that together police and community members can shape the face of community policing in the Fargo-Moorhead region.

The People’s Press Project is kicking off a series of trainings that will empower local community journalists and members. Check for updates on the People’s Press Project and Mexi-can.org facebook pages and websites if you can’t attend our first meetings, and follow @Media_PPP on twitter for more information about upcoming meetings, training opportunities, community actions and webinars.www.fmppp.org

How To Do #CopCoverage–  This training is free and open to anyone in the community who want to learn more about what their communication rights are and how to exercise their rights to film in public and share their stories in the most effective way.

When:  Sunday, November 16th From 3:30 to – 5:30 PM

Where:  Downtown Fargo Public Library, Fercho Room

This event is free and open to the public.  

For questions contact duke@fmppp.org  or call: 218-789-1487

 

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