Open Source Activism

Musician, artist, filmmaker and activist Justin Dillon, has harnessed the power and community of his anti-slavery film Call and Response ( to create an participatory social action platform he calls Open Source Activism.

Also tied to the film and its social action engagement initiatives is the Tag You’re Free ( project, which cleverly combines mobile phone activism, geotaggin, performance art, participation and fundraising,

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