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global collaborative publications and multimedia projects:
- No Way Out: Many Ways Forward. 2010. Edited by Shilpa Jain, Kiritapu Allan, and Tad Hargrave. A compilation of stories, poems and art from Jam alumni around the world.
- Inspire, Connect, Collaborate! YES! Jams Facilitation Manual. 2010. Over 120 activities from nearly 20 years of experiences of hosting and facilitating jams.
- Images of Leadership: Graphic Recordings of Women Activists. 2011. Produced by Mariah Howard and Shilpa Jain. A pilot project to document the lives and leadership of women creating positive futures in the world.
- Bama's Twins. 2011. Written and produced by Coumba Toure. A children's story which expresses the power of mothers in the Sahel, west Africa.
- May the Ayllu Blossom. 2011. Written, illustrated and produced by Valentina Campos. A children's story that shares the beauty and richness of Pachamama and Andean traditions.
- Addressing Climate Change with Traditional Songs and Music. Coordinated by Jennifer Awingan. A series of videos, music recordings, and community workshops to share indigenous Filipino knowledges and practices on environmental health and resiliency. Watch the music videos here AND Download images of the project here!
- Rebelion de los Wakas. Coordinated by Valentina Campos. A documentation of an indigenous Andean festival that resists colonization at all levels and promotes cultural affirmation.
- A Ciwara Journey: How children create narratives and invent history from playing games. Written by Ha Thi Lan Anh and coordinated by Coumba Toure. A number of cooperative and creative children's games to share values of diversity, teamwork, integrity, self-expression, and love.
- Conversations Across the Waters. Written by Coumba Toure and Malika Sanders-Fortier. A series of conversations held over 10 years between 'sisters' in the African diaspora.
- Global Collaborative Film. Coordinated by Kiritapu Allan and Shilpa Jain. To be recorded at the Global Collaborative World Jam in October 2011, as an effort to share key questions, learnings, insights and stories of the community.
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