The Othering & Belonging Institute maintains an engaging social media presence to ensure that its programs, projects, research, and public events are made broadly available to diverse audiences. Our strategic social media campaigns aim to turn complex scholarship into stories and analyses that can be readily accessed, shared, and engaged with online, particularly through various alternative or new media like podcasts, video, creative illustration, and other mediums. Our social media followers are often first to learn about the releases of groundbreaking Institute reports and publications as well as get a first peak into our conferences, talks, and other events through live-tweeting, photos, and video clips.
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For more information about our social media work, please contact Digital Communications Specialist Christian Ivey at firstname.lastname@example.org.