Promoting The Power of Organizing Driven Video

segment from No Place to Live
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Chicago Video Project (CVP) brings the power of video to advocacy groups, community development organizations, labor unions, foundations, and others across the country working to promote social and economic justice.

Social Change and Video 
Communication technologies have an enormous influence in today’s policy-making arena. Video technology is a potent tool for redressing this imbalance. By leveling the techno-political communications playing field, video gives voice to the concerns of ordinary people and strengthens the foundation of our democracy.