The Line to Take is a freely available resource for African Diaspora media producers that will enable us to use a common language and adopt a common code of conduct. This is an important and valuable tool that so-called mainstream broadcasters use to maintain the status quo delivered by governments and corporations.
The Line to Take is timely in the Covid ere, where we have been completely left out of the narrative other than being labeled Covid deniers whenever we questioned misinformation. The power of managing the public consciousness is held by media outlets that are informed by think tank lines to take.
We now have the ability to collectively organise through the Line to Take and can now align our messaging globally by feeding into the document to establish a pervasive and competitive African Diaspora narrative.
The line to take arms news and content editors with terms and narratives to effectively convey the best way to establish our collective agenda
It informs researchers with statistics and facts around current affairs that places best context for stories they're researching
Broadcasters are better enabled in their language with common terms adopted by peers to effectively communicate our own narrative to connect with the wider zeitgeist
The quarterly Line to Take event will bring media practitioners together to discuss ideas and network to establish greater peer collaboration