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- Can't Stop Won't Stop
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For communities of color, migrant and refugee communities we must view CISPA against the backdrop of a national security system that is already deeply racialized. Until the institutional design of this current security system is addressed, we should only expect the same type of profiling—but now extended to the cybersphere. Sound dangerous? It is!
Why We All Need to Care about the Accelerated Attack on our Internet Free Speech, Privacy and Security…It’s a Serious Civil Rights Issue
Tomorrow, Wednesday April 25th, MAG-Net will be hosting a special Digital Dialogue and Webinar featuring activists from May First/People Link who will give a briefing recent attacks on our Internet free speech, privacy and security.
This potentially harmful bill is going to be coming up for a vote soon in Congress and in order to ensure that our information and rights online are protected, YOU must speak up today! Whether we’re artists, organizers, or even the casual Internet user our information online doesn’t deserve to be tracked and shared.
Every year news magazine the Advocate features Forty Under 40, which they define as “budding powerhouses, leaders in media, politics, sports, and science that are facilitating our future.” This year Executive Director Malkia Cyril was selected as one of the forty people changing the world we live in.
Art can be a powerful force to mobilize strategic frames, it can be welded with the strength of a weapon of mass destruction. This post is a showcase of some of the art and music dedicated to Trayvon Martin that has moved me.
Today, we’re catching up with MAG-Net Anchor Community Media Workshop’s Senior Trainer Diana Pando. Read on to find out more about the work of the organization, what drives her and to get a good news tip.
California legislature is currently considering a bill that would stop the Public Utilities Commission from regulating internet service providers. With the internet becoming a basic necessity in our ability to navigate our everyday lives, this bill would leave our communities without any consumer protections and in the hands of corporations.
Welcoming our New Co-Anchors of the San Antonio MAG-Net Chapter: Deepening the Roots in Media Justice Organizing
Longtime members of the Media Action Grassroots Network (MAG-Net), Southwest Workers Union (SWU) and Martinez Street Women’s Center (MSWC), were just named the two new co-anchor organizations for the San Antonio chapter. Join me in welcoming them!
One of the first things I learned as a young writer was “show, don’t tell.” Images, actions, and dialogue—core components of a narrative—are some of the most powerful ways to ignite a reader’s response.
Background The Detention Watch Network (DWN) is a national coalition of organizations and individuals working to educate the public and policy makers about the U.S. immigration detention and deportation system and advocate for systemic reform. In 2011, DWN was gearing up for its annual conference of member groups. DWN reached out to the Center [...]
New America Foundation Panel: The Open Internet Goes to Court (featuring National Organizer Steven Renderos as one of the panelists)