Many of us use online maps to navigate unfamiliar streets. But activists are tapping into digital technologies to demonstrate connections between global crises and our day-to-day lives. We discuss how digital maps are putting a different face on global and environmental issues.


  • Michael Graham Coordinator, Genocide Prevention Mapping Initiative, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
  • Rebecca Moore Manager, Google Earth Outreach
  • Mary Anne Hitt Executive Director, Appalachian Voices

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