In this clip from 2010 this is a discussion about the need to listen to the other.
Can you be liberal and listen to a conservative viewpoint? Can you be conservative and respect the voices of those that disagree?
Let it be known that when two or more BlogHers gather they tend to talk. A lot.
This is a 2007 memory from the first time BlogHer went to Chicago. There was beer, wine, juice and water but mostly there was talking.
What is the relationship to your blog?
In this video Schmutzie and Laurie talk about their relationships to their blogs and how the blogs have helped them personally and professionally.
BlogHer has been a long term sponsor of the Blogging While Brown Conference...
This is an answer to an audience question about YouTube Partnerships. Please bear in mind that this video was recorded in 2011 at the Blogging While Brown Conference in Los Angeles, CA. The panelists are Roshini Cope, Andrea Tasia and Lydia Cotton.
This is the Vlogging While Brown Panel talking about being able to take criticism and the off the wall remarks that might come your way. This video was recorded at the Blogging While Brown Conference in Los Angeles, CA in 2011. The panelists are Roshini Cope, Andrea Tasia and Lydia Cotton.
In this clip, Rashad Robinson of Color of Change.org talks about how other progressive and ethnic groups got President Obama's attention to their interest and needs.
This is a recording of the Keeping It Real: Black Political Accountability in the Age of Obama. The session panelist included William Winters, Cheryl Contee and Greg Green.
More videos will be uploaded as I find time and more bandwidth.