Center for Media Justice home of the Media Action Grassroots Network

What is MAG-Net?

The Media Action Grassroots Network (MAG-Net) is a hub for the resources organizations need to build local power and take their work to the next level. Our membership is diverse, from movement-building organizations like Million Hoodies Movement for Justice to public access TV stations like PhillyCAM. Through educational webinars to deepen our analysis, a members-only listserv to share resources, and opportunities to elevate the voices of our communities to a national platform, MAG-Net is building strength in numbers and winning campaigns.
Check out this video to meet some of the leaders behind this powerful network:

Are you interested in amplifying your work through a national network? Could your organization benefit from being in relationship with racial justice leaders, artists, and media producers?

Join MAG-Net today!

About the Author

Angella Bellota

Angella Bellota, Membership Organizer - Angella leads membership education, recruitment, and convening for the Media Action Grassroots Network (MAG-Net), a project of the Center for Media Justice and the largest local-to-local media advocacy network in the United States. Prior to joining CMJ, Angella served as Field Director at the Campaign for Youth Justice working to strengthen the capacity of organizations fighting against the criminalization and over-incarceration of youth. She brings over six years of experience advancing advocacy initiatives at both the state and national levels through community organizing, convening coalitions, and managing campaigns. Angella graduated from California State University, San Bernardino with a BA in Sociology before trading in the West Coast sun for Southern hospitality and a master’s degree in Sociology from North Carolina State University.  She currently resides in Washington, D.C.

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