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Videos From VOF Correspondents and Beyond!

Hi Correspondents,

Have you already made a video in the past? Or have a really great video you want to share with the group? Please post it here! These can be videos that inspire you, or even the ones you're working on for your digital storytelling assignment.

To get you started, please see these two videos from VOF Correspondents!

From 2010 Correspondent SASong on her Threads of Our Fabric Project: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQcgJrOeX-M&context=C4af9678ADvjVQa1PpcFN...

From 2011 Correspondent Zoneziwoh, documenting the gathering of tea plantation workers protesting for their rights to promised severance pay (if you remember, this was the subject of Zoneziwoh's frontline journal http://worldpulse.com/node/48760). http://zofem.blogspot.com/2012/03/cte-workers-night-gathering-with.html

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usha kc's picture

Exciting to get involved in

Exciting to get involved in this new module. For me , it's new project .

Thank you Rachael for sharing the videos.

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Monica Clarke's picture

How to do it please?

Thanks Rachael. Yes, I would like to post a video (in French and in English), which I made. Not sure how / where to post it to on this site?

Monica

Monica Clarke, Writer & Storyteller, bringing human rights alive.
I wish you 'Nangamso', that is: May you continue to do the good work which you do so well.
(A blessing from my ancestors, the Khoikhoi, the first people of South Africa).

I would suggest posting it under this post, as well as in your personal journal!

R

"In every human heart there are a few passions that last a lifetime. They're with us from the moment we're born, and nothing can dilute their intensity." Rob Brezny

Monica Clarke's picture

HOTTENTOT VENUS

Saartjie Baartman thought she was going overseas to be a nursery maid. She ended up on display in Europe! She was an ordinary, curious 18 year old, who travelled to a foregn country with all the excitement and expectaion of any young girl, eager to see the big world, eager to earn some money.

Does this still sound familiar 200 years after her death? Listen to her story:

You Tube - English: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WM-MVdX7sQw
- Français: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jn94UTcie7I

(Read her story by Monica Clarke (2011 Lulu.com): Hotentot Venus – That's what they call me

Monica Clarke, Writer & Storyteller, bringing human rights alive.
I wish you 'Nangamso', that is: May you continue to do the good work which you do so well.
(A blessing from my ancestors, the Khoikhoi, the first people of South Africa).

Okeny-Lucia's picture

New world of technology

I havent a video production ,it is good to be learning something new.Will be uploading soon.
Thank you

Lucia Buyanza
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