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Campaigning for President Barack Obama
BY TRACI WILE
@ VOL 25
ON MAR 05, 2013
"The pride I felt for the rest of the day was unbelievable. We knew we were doing was right and strong and true."
In Campaigning for President Barack Obama from PechaKucha Night Chicago, Vol. 25, campaign design team. project manager Traci Wiletalks about her experience working on one of the most impassioned, innovative, and truly historical presidential campaigns in US history. She gives details full of humor, passion, and inspiration about her experiences such as many of the long nights of stress, eating and drinking (bourbon) in a noisy and smelly office. However, the rewards are repaid with grateful words and a hug by President Obama himself.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on July 14th, 2015.
BY AQUILES DAMIRON-ALCANTARA
@ VOL 35
ON SEP 01, 2015
“Even if we came from the same region of the world, our identities are more than our geocentric identities.”
In Birthplace Stories from PechaKucha Night Chicago Volume 35, speaker Damiron-Alcantara Aquiles, an Obama campaign organizer, talks about the lessons he has learned from his colleagues and experiences, and the identities we inherit from our birthplace.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Tuesday, May 10th, 2016.
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BY SCOTT THOMAS
@ VOL 2
ON JAN 30, 2010
When Scott Thomas first met Barack Obama in 2007, the junior senator's web presence was suffering from a lack of consistency; there were, as he says, "37 different typefaces", and, about "416 different colors of blue" could be found throughout the site.
In his presentation, Scott takes us through the process of not only designing a political campaign, but changing the way politics are played in the 21st century.
He speaks on the power the web has to shrink our world; how far-away issues become our own when viewing and interacting with people across the country, around the globe. For the first time in American history we had a candidate addressing the people through live-streamed video rather than radio or television.
"Presentation of the Day" on February 22, 2013.
Clean Seas Please!
BY ERICA SMITH
@ VOL 1
ON AUG 27, 2013
Have you ever thought about the consequences of not properly disposing waste and its affects on the environment? Erica Smith, a graphic designer, talks about her recent campaign peoject called "Clean Seas Please" which aims to make people more aware about what they choose to dispose in toliets by creating attractive and thought provoking advertisments.
BY JILLIAN MERRICK
@ VOL 5
ON SEP 15, 2015
In 2014, Jillian Merrick took a run at public office in the local municpal elections. Never a fan of traditional elections camapigns, she had to come up with creative ways of particpating in the process without compromising her values. She shares some of the crafty and creative ways she's subverted the typically trappings of a political campaign, and on how craft, art and design continue to influence her work on City Council after her successful election.
852 Freedom Campaign: an Anti-Slavery Movement
BY ELVY CHANG
@ VOL 27
ON MAY 25, 2016
Elvy Chang, Jasmine Chiu and Zino Chan present 852 Freedom Campaign, consisting of Hong Kong-based volunteers from all walks of life who use their talents to raise awareness of human trafficking, one of the most vile forms of organized crime.
The Power of Radio
BY CARLOS CHIRINOS
@ VOL 16
ON SEP 01, 2016
Originally from Caracas, Venezuela, Carlos Chirinos’ work explores innovation and creativity in emerging global music industries, looking at the role of music in public health, international development and social change. He has been a key consultant for radio and music projects in Europe, Africa and Japan - and most recently worked to develop Africa Stop Ebola, a global music campaign to raise awareness about Ebola in West Africa that was featured in the New York Times, The Guardian, BBC and CNN, for which he received an award from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the U.S. Department of Defense, and USAID.
Currently, Professor Chirinos collaborates with the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center, curating music performances to engage the Latin community living in New York City. He is also involved in projects in the UK, Tanzania, Cuba and other countries, looking at the role of music industries in economic development, tourism and social entrepreneurship. He also runs New York University's Music and Social Change Lab.
Building Hope: Why I Chose to Support the Case for At-Risk Mothers
BY SARAH ASHFIELD
@ VOL 1
ON JAN 25, 2017
A look at the life of Sarah Ashfield: raised in an adopted family and what led to her decision to spearhead The New Addition Campaign.
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This Week in PechaKucha
For a few weeks now, we've started sending out a weekly newsletter to the global PechaKucha mailing list that gives you a quick glimpse at the world of PechaKucha. Going out on Fridays, "This Week in PechaKucha" suggests a few recent presentations to watch, lets you know about upcoming PechaKucha Nights, and we include a few interesting news bits about the network. Here's a look at the one that was sent out last week -- you'll find a button at the top that lets you easily subscribe.
This Week in PechaKucha
As we posted the other day, we've been sending out "This Week in PechaKucha" newsletters to our global list on Fridays, with a few presentation picks for the week, as well as some PK-related info. The latest one just went out, but you can also read it here.
When Scott Thomas first met Barack Obama in 2007, the junior senator's web presence was suffering from a lack of consistency; there were, as he says, "37 different typefaces", and, about "416 different colors of blue" could be found throughout the site. In this edition of Presentation of the Day (from PKN Champaign-Urbana Vol. 2), Scott takes us through the process of not only designing a political campaign, but changing the way politics are played in the 21st century. He speaks on the power the web has to shrink our world; how far-away issues become our own when viewing and interacting with people across the country, around the globe. For the first time in American history we had a candidate addressing the people through live-streamed video rather than radio or television. The importance of making the campaign about "We" (as opposed to "Him") played a large part in empowering people to be proud of the candidate and issues they stood behind. Scott talks about designing signs that would be fitting for anyone to hold with dignity. And while it was necessary to use tools of the future, he speaks of "[pulling] imagery from the past ... and using it to display how truly historic this campaign truly was."
Save Our Cyclists
Any cyclist in the city will tell you, it can be a dangerous place to ride. Which is why, in today's Presentation of the Day, "Save our Cyclists" from PKN Bangkok Vol. 8, Khun Panx talks about her campaign to keep cyclists safe on the streets. The Save our Cyclists movement focuses on communicating street safety tips to riders, promoting accident prevention, and emphasizes the role of drivers in keeping the streets safe.
Protecting a Community, An Ecosystem
When Karen Tam Wu began her work in forest ethics, she never expected to be standing up to the CEO of the Shell Oil Company. What began with the company setting up three fracking stations near the headwaters in northern British Columbia, became a community-led campaign to stop the oil company from poisoning the groundwater that is so crucial to the surrounding area. In "Protecting a Community, An Ecosystem" from PKN Vancouver Vol.28, hear Karen tell her story of trial and eventual triumph.
Campaign Sucess for "Home for All"
We're very happy to announce that PechaKucha co-founder Mark Dytham was able to raise 4,000,000 yen through his campaign to raise money for "Home for All" by running the Tokyo Marathon back in February! Here is a thank you message from Mark, and watch Mark's presentation about the campaign here. とってもハッピーなアナウンスがあります。ペチャクチャの共同創立者であるマーク ダイサムが2月の東京マラソンで走る事によって「みんなの家」の資金4百万円を集める事ができました！マークより感謝の気持ちはこちらになります。マークのキャンペーンについてのプレゼンテーションはこちらをご覧ください。
Promotional Campaign for PechaKucha Aden in Mali Institute
To let the whole city know more about PechaKucha.org and befor helding PechaKucha Aden vol 1 , the team decided to go in a promotional camaignsin Universities and insttutes and recives all peoples questions regarding the event , they city of Aden is exited to enjoy the first PechaKucha Night in 6-December-2014
Campaigning for President Barack Obama
"The pride I felt for the rest of the day was unbelievable. We knew we were doing was right and strong and true." In Campaigning for President Barack Obama from PechaKucha Night Chicago, Vol. 25, campaign design team. project manager Traci Wile talks about her experience working on one of the most impassioned, innovative, and truly historical presidential campaigns in US history. She gives details full of humor, passion, and inspiration about her experiences such as many of the long nights of stress, eating and drinking (bourbon) in a noisy and smelly office. However, the rewards are repaid with grateful words and a hug by President Obama himself.
City Focus: Quito
We direct our City Focus this week to PechaKucha friends in Quito whose county of Ecuador recently endured a massive earthquake with a devastating scale of loss. Let it be known the same friends in Ecuador who are now in the throes of tragedy were the some of the first to step up with support to Japan in our hour of need. We commit now to returning that support back to Ecuador with worldwide PechaKucha community behind you; we keep you close in your hearts and thoughts. Join us at PKN Tokyo Vol. 135 this week as host PKN Quito's Organizer to present LIVE via video conference about the current situation, and what we can do help.
A Night to Inspire
PKN Tokyo aims for a special night. We will be connecting LIVE with our PechaKucha teams from Kumamoto and Ecuador for two presentations. Both cities are struggling in the wake of powerful earthquakes and, technology permitting, each city will present LIVE about the current situation, and what we can do help.