Thursday, August 28, 2014

After Police Abuses Caught on Video, a New Guide Teaches How to Best Archive and Distribute Footage

Cases like Rodney King, Oscar Grant, Eric Garner and Michael Brown have helped fuel demands for police accountability. We are joined by a guest who has advice for the growing number of people filming police abuse with their smartphones and video cameras, particularly with respect to how to properly preserve such video. Yvonne Ng is senior archivist for WITNESS, a group that trains and supports people using video in their fight for human rights. She co-authored their resource, "Activists’ Guide to Archiving Video."




http://www.democracynow.org/2014/8/28/after_police_abuses_caught_on_video

Part 2: Yvonne Ng on the "Activists’ Guide to Archiving Video"



http://www.democracynow.org/blog/2014/8/28/pt_2_yvonne_ng_on_the

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