Posted: 26 Nov 2007 08:49 PM PST
Planning is underway for Blogging While Brown: The First International Conference for Bloggers of Color, scheduled for July 25-27, 2008 at the Georgia World Conference Center and Hilton Downtown in Atlanta, Georgia.
The most important purpose of the conference is to share knowledge. The conference will promote intellectual, social, and cultural development of the blogging community by bringing bloggers of color together. Blogging While Brown is an opportunity to meet other bloggers and blog readers of color for the first time, discuss current issues of interest to bloggers of color, network with individuals and organizations interested in leveraging online activity with offline results, and learn about the latest technology that will assist bloggers with publishing their work and improving their readers experience by fully engaging in the newest media technology.
Blogging While Brown is currently accepting proposals for workshops that will appear at the conference.
Three Conference Tracks
Who may submit workshop proposals?Any and all individuals interested in bloggers of color and the issues or interest to them should submit proposals. Individuals from for-profit and not-for-profit entities may submit proposals for consideration provided the proposed workshop supports the theme, goals or workshop subject areas of the Conference
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS FEBRUARY 5, 2008.
Don't wait until the last minute!
Download the Workshop Proposal Form.
I for one would love to see someone put together panels on following topics:
You can find some other suggested topics on the Blogging While Brown blog.
Be As Creative as you want to be. Work with other bloggers and blog readers. If you have any questions, email bloggingwhilebrown [at] gmail [dot] com.
Don't talk about it, be about it!