Organization profile published 1986
Year Published: 1986
Resource Type: Organization
Cx Number: CX3066
Abstract: KAI VISIONWORK is a worker-controlled media collective helping grass roots organizations make slide shows for social change. A slide library for social change activists has more than 5,000 slides under a variety of heading (Consumerism, Energy, Native Peoples, Peace, Pollution, Racism, Sexism, Third World, Violence, Women, etc.) Topics range from the University of Peace in Belgium to graves as Wounded Knee and from food production in Zimbawe to mercury polluted waters in Canada.
KAI VISIONWORKS also has a slide show on HOW TO MAKE SLIDE SHOW FOR SOCIAL CHANGE. The name honours co-worker Kai Yutah Clouds, assassinated by the Guatemalan government while researching the genocide of Native peoples in Central America.
Slide shows for rent or sale are: Masculinity and Violence; The Frog and The Pond (Mercury Poisoning); How to Make a Slide Show; Animal Rights; Active Non-Violence.
This organization no longer exists.
This abstract was published in the Connexions Digest in 1986.