Colonizing Data!

River’s End Book Store is proud to present an evening with Nick Couldry & Ulises A. Mejias

In-Person and Online via Zoom

Friday, December 3rd 6pm-9pm

19 W Bridge St, Oswego, NY

Nick Couldry
A photo of Ulises A. Mejias
Ulises A. Mejias

Come attend this event and find out more about the captivating new phenomenon called “Data Colonialism” 


What is Data Colonialism?

It is an emerging order for the appropriation of human life so that data can be continuously extracted from it for profit (Couldry & Mejias, 2019).

The cover of The costs of Connection

Dr. Couldry and Dr. Mejias will host a discussion on their recent book "The Costs of Connection"
Signed copies will be available after the discussion!

QR code for The Costs of Connection synopsis

Scan the QR code or Click Here to find out more about Dr. Couldry and Dr. Mejias’s fascinating read!

Campaign Materials

Instagram post or Book event
Instagram: Come meet Dr. Couldry and Dr. Mejias as they discuss Data Colonialism! Signed copies of their book "The Costs of Connection" available after the discussion! Find out more with the link in the bio! (Link will direct the audience to this blog post)
Twitter promotional post for event
Twitter: Join Us Friday, December 3rd for a riveting conversation about Data Colonialism with "The Costs of Connection" Authors Nick Couldry & Ulises A. Mejias. Zoom link here:
Poster for River end's data colonialism event
Campaign Flyer to be printed and posted around the area and can be shared to various social networking sites like River End's Facebook page.
Email List Serv
Email Listserv, Includes clickable links to the Zoom Meeting and Social Media pages