- Tue, Nov 14, 2017 08:15 PM
Lecture Hall 142
Latitude: 41.7855, Longitude: -87.597
Social media has expanded the public square. More voices are being heard. But our democratic institutions are being severely tested … by fake news, echo chambers, hyper-partisanship, hate-speech, privacy breeches, laser-like message targeting, and even Russian meddling. This is not your grandfather’s public square. Has social media changed democracy and elections forever? And for better or for worse? Our panel of liberal and conservative political social media professionals will explore these issues. Lunch will be provided to registered guests after the program. Kindly register by November 10. This event is sponsored by the Project on Political Reform at Harris Public Policy and supported by a grant from Democracy Fund. Panelists include: Thomas Keeley, Co-Founder, Connectivist Media Joe Mansour, Partner and Digital Team Leader, FP1 Strategies Ned Ryun, Founder and CEO, American Majority Roy Temple, Co-Founder and Partner, GPS Impact Alexandra Woodward, Digital Organizing Director, Organizing for Action (OFA) Moderator: Karen Tumulty, National Political Correspondent, The Washington Post FAQs How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Please reach out to us at email@example.com. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? A printed ticket is not necessary as we usually have a registration list at the door. However, it is a good idea to keep the ticket handy in your email on your mobile device in case there are any errors at the door.