Paula Kirman’s photography from Radical Citizen Media is currently featured as part of the Art + Activism exhibit at the Visual Arts Alberta – CARFAC Project Space. Her work has been profiled in Windspeaker/Alberta Sweetgrass, particularly her documentation of Indigenous protests.
As well, Shaw TV has done a segment on Paula’s activism and photography:
There is now navigation on the right hand side of the screen as all blog posts now have categories assigned to them. This will make it easier to look up photo and video collections on specific topics. In fact, there are a few topic categories that are in addition to the top menu.
In the interest of streamlining the top navigational menu so things do not get too cluttered (or dated), a few changes have been made:
Arab Spring is now under International Issues
Pride Parades is now under GLBTQ Issues
Idle No More is under Aboriginal/First Nations
Edmonton Anarchist Book Fair is under Organizations
Occupy Edmonton is under Organizations
May Day is under Labour
Earth Day is under Environment
The complete indexes for all of the above topics are still intact, but can be found at the very top of the above categories except in Organizations, where the list is arranged in alphabetical order.
Photographs from Radical Citizen Media’s extensive collection are often published at a variety of websites and periodicals. This photo, from the Day of Action to Stop GM Alfalfa, appears in the July/August 2013 issue of Alternatives Journal: Canada’s Environmental Voice.
Some of Radical Citizen Media’s photos appearing in the May 2013 issue of Alberta Sweetgrass.