Digital Resistance 101 Toolkit

Included in the toolkit:

Thirteen years of tried and tested techniques in 5 short lessons

Workbook for project development and brainstorming

All the content from the previous DR101 course in one easy package!

ALL AGES/ABILITIES WELCOME

All levels of tech knowledge invited

 

This toolkit is intended for collaborative community use and participation.  

 

 

 

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Lessons

 

 

Lesson 1: Occupying virtual space

Establishing an online presence

Mechanics of a virtual identity

Lesson 2: Definitions

Defining the goals, issues, and audience

Create an enduring concept and community online

Lesson 3: Planning for Success

Planning outreach and scheduling virality

Decolonization and the digital world

Lesson 4: Strategies

Strategies for success, efficiency, and growth

Social responsibility and implications

Lesson 5: Ways of A Digital Warrior

Top “rascuacha tech”-niques

Care and preservation

About author
Iris Rodriguez Style: Technology, Poetry, Decolonization, Xicanx Studies

Iris Rodriguez is a digital strategist, multimedia producer, authormusical artist, and poet from San Antonio, Texas.  Since 2002 her projects have addressed issues such as environmental racism/justice, family detention, decolonization, cultural arts, guerrilla media,womynism and public archives.  She is the founder of Xica Media, a Xicana-powered network of six independent multimedia channels reaching over 120 countries in three languages.  Bio.

Iris Rodriguez