The largest annual conference on exploring
how, where and why Millennials “do good.”
June 18 & 19 - Chicago
Three ways to join us for MCON14:
- For FREE: Like this post & you’re in a drawing for 2 free registrations! Winner announced 6/14 at 8 pm EST
- Watch online: Register now at themillennialimpact.com
- Participate: Ask questions thru Tumblr*
We’re helping MCON reach young folk who are changing the world, and other people interested in how/why they’re doing it (that’s probably you!). Lots of ways to get involved - attending (for free!), submitting Qs, and viewing virtually. How will YOU do MCON14?
Ask away! Send your text questions for Hillary Clinton via the Submit button at the top of the page. You can ask a text question or get creative and send us multimedia questions (Animated GIFs, images, videos).
Your question may be featured on air as part of our live town hall event with Christiane Amanpour at 5pm ET on Tuesday, June 17.
Annnd we’re at it again. This time, we’re partnered with CNN for the ONLY Town Hall event on Hillary’s book tour. Whether or not you’ve read the book, this is an awesome opportunity to pose your questions directly to the former First Lady, Senator, and Secretary of State. Submit early and often and encourage your friends/colleagues/followers to do the same - you could be on TV!
Did you miss it? Watch today’s Tumblr Q&A right here to see President Obama answer questions on education, college affordability, and more.
So, this happened. We brought Tumblr to the White House and the President to Tumblr. This is a huge first (and hopefully not the last). Thanks to everyone who submitted fantastic, thoughtful questions. You showed the world just how special and relevant the Tumblr community is - and made your voices heard on a set of super important issues.
Sincerely, Liba from Tumblr HQ (aka libawr)
What I mean to say is that data comes from people. It’s a mark that someone has left behind, or a mark that someone has put their hands on to collect. And in our excitement to harden that data into visualizations we often forget that behind those numbers are human beings.