Video: Berklee Votes

Here’s the video, titled “Berklee Votes”  Hope you like it!  It’s a bit over 4 minutes long, and I’m there in the second half of it, giving the nuts-and-bolts of voting absentee.  It was a great experience to be able to make this, and I only can hope that it will have the intended effect.

Two Berklee Projects

Sorry for falling a bit behind on reviews of Capital in the 21st Century.  I’ve been busy these last couple of months.  One is a video which professor Patricia Peknik (Liberal Arts – History) and myself made all about Berklee students voting and encouraging folks to do so.  It’s not yet visible and I’ll say more about that once it’s up.  I can say that it was far more work than I ever thought it would be–not so much the making of the video, but everything else–getting it funded, getting it hosted somewhere, finding video people, etc.  My dept. chair, Dr. Simone Pilon, was absolutely wonderful and it would not have happened several times over had it not been for her.  However, dealing with the rest of Berklee was like pushing a cart through knee-deep mud, where you’re thinking that aren’t these wheels supposed to make this easier?
The other thing was this event, which happened last week:

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