Since 1981, Paper Tiger Television has been waging nonviolence by trying to create a bottom-up, volunteer-driven alternative to mainstream TV. Based in New York, they’ve often found themselves focusing on New Yorkers’ concerns. But now, for their next project, the collective has set its sights on another city, a place especially shaken by the events of recent years: Detroit.
In this short video, see a bit about how the folks at Paper Tiger think about their mission, what calls them to Detroit, and how you can help.
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Waging Nonviolence is hiring a writer to interview leading movement figures and analysts and produce one Q&A-style article per week. The writer will work with our small editorial team to identify the interview subject each week. For the most part, we’ll be looking to hear from activists, organizers and scholars who can shed light on… More