2019 Los Angeles Agenda

From California Technology Feestival Wiki
Revision as of 17:34, 24 July 2019 by Evelyn (Talk | contribs)

(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search

The following is the working agenda for the California Nonprofit Technology Festival in Los Angeles on July 10 - 11, 2019.


Tuesday, July 09, 2019

Afternoon: Travel Day

Out-of-town participants start to arrive

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Coffee and light breakfast

Welcome and Opening Circle

The event started with introductions and welcomes, an overview of the agenda and guidelines, and announcements.

Stories from Across LA and Around the State

Participants engaged in story-sharing and conversations about work they are doing in their various communities and movements.

  • Supporting and organizing with young folks in Fresno and Merced - Ines and Vanessa
  • Issues and challenges of organizing day labor worker centers in LA - Guadalupe
  • Organizing for tenant's rights in East LA - JMo and Pamela
  • Advocating for active mobility and transportation justice throughout LA - Erick
  • Advocating for food justice and access throughout Los Angeles - Valeria
  • What it takes to mobilize a network advocating for Media Justice nationwide - Adrian

Agenda Hacking: Mapping Technology Needs and Knowledge

Lunch

Participants are encouraged to sit with friends they have not yet met!

Collaborative Working Sessions I

Participants chose from 5-7 working groups, and were welcomed to suggest or request additional sessions.

Group Picture

[1]

Peer Skillshare

Closing Circle

Adjourn Day 1

Participants are welcome to stay after and ask additional questions.

Post-Event Hang Out

Thursday, July 11, 2019

Coffee and light breakfast

Opening Circle

Collaborative Working Sessions II

Participants chose from 5-7 working groups, and were welcomed to suggest or request additional sessions.

Speed Geeking

Participants presented tools, skills and work they are doing in their various regions and fields, in a fast-paced collaborative format.

  • Universe of Technology - Everett Program crew
  • Aktioner, mobile app for local civic engagement - Nemo
  • Digital Security Checklists - Jonah
  • Mapping as a powerful tool - Mago
  • Phone photo and video editing - Erick
  • EFF tools - Shahid
  • Tor browser - Gunner

Lunch

Collaborative Working SessionsIII

Participants chose from 5-7 working groups, and were welcomed to suggest or request additional sessions.

Where From Here

The group paused to take stock of the progress made to this point and to inventory action items, next steps, and other bridges to post-event collaborations.

Closing Circle and Appreciations

Adjourn