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MAG-Net Media Justice Salon: Abolition in the Digital Age

On November 29, the Media Action Grassroots Network (MAG-Net) hosted a Media Justice Salon, Abolition in the Digital Age.

Guest speakers Mariame Kaba of Project NIA, Ricardo Levins Morales of MPD150 and Hamid Khan of Stop LAPD Spying Coalition discussed abolitionist organizing to end the prison-industrial complex.

Together, we learned how to fight law enforcement’s expanding power, including the development of new policing and surveillance technology.

If you missed Abolition in the Digital Age, check out the presentation recording:

Want to learn more about this topic? Check out the resources our guest speakers shared on the webinar:

Additional resources on abolition and policing:


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Previously known as Digital Dialogues, Media Justice Salons are interactive webinars that highlight top line media and communication policy issues that impact our communities. Media Justice Salons are a great educational opportunity for network member organizations to learn more about critical media issues, connect with leaders in the field, and find out how to take action. Want to learn more about how your organization can join an upcoming Media Justice Salon? Please contact Angella Bellota, Membership Organizer: [email protected]

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