The Center for Media Justice is home of the the largest media justice action network in the country, and we’re working hard to win dignity, media rights and racial justice in a digital age. We’re looking for two strategic, experienced and energetic National Field Organizers to work on our criminal justice and technology campaigns, and on campaigns to win an open, affordable, and secure Internet. If you are a thoughtful leader who loves to win and knows how to engage members, allies and supporters to plan and implement winning campaigns on technology and civil rights across the United States — consider joining our growing team!
The Criminal Justice Organizer leads national campaigns to resist and prohibit high-tech racial discrimination in policing, criminal justice and mass surveillance, and win civil rights in a digital age, powered by grassroots and racial justice leadership.
The Internet Rights Organizer leads national campaigns to create and defend an affordable, open, and secure Internet for all, powered by grassroots and racial justice leadership.
Both positions coordinate related rapid response efforts, coordinate related cohort organizing, and conduct campaign-based education and coalition building. These positions also specifically manage the campaign and rapid response activities of the Media Action Grassroots Network (MAG-Net), a project of the Center for Media Justice. Significant travel is required. These are both 40 hour/week (100% FTE) position supervised by the Organizing Director.