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MAG-Net Launches Brand New Website for Regional Media Justice Organizers!

On Monday February 15th, in conjunction with our National Day of Action for universal broadband and open Internet protections, the Media Action Grassroots Network will launch an upgraded website intended to a) provide grassroots organizers with media policy information and analysis from the field, b) highlight and amplify regional media justice organizing and leaders, and c) connect media justice leaders to resources, organizing tools, and to each other!

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The Right to Communicate: MAG-Net Calls for Action

Depressed by Dial-up: Disenfranchised Grassroots Groups Plan Massive National Day of Action for Faster, Open Internet Hundreds of groups sign digital champion pledge calling for equal access and open networks

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National Allies Who Have Taken the Pledge for Digital Inclusion!

MY ORGANIZATION PLEDGES TO BE A DIGITAL INCLUSION CHAMPION. We support the Media Action Grassroots Network. As a Digital Inclusion Champion, my organization asks the FCC and Congress to create a National Broadband Plan that defines broadband as a universal service, and network neutrality rules that protect an open and non-discriminatory internet.

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Civil Rights, Self-Representation, and the Fight for Open and Neutral Online Networks

Two weeks ago, the Center for Media Justice brought together a coalition of national media groups working on racial justice issues including the Media Action Grassroots Network, Color of Change, the Media Democracy Coalition, Presente.org, Unity Journalists of Color, the National Hispanic Journalists Association, Center of Community Change, and with tremendous support from Joe Torres of Free Press, to meet with DC beltway civil rights groups One Economy, the Urban League, and the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) –all members of the Broadband Opportunity Coalition- to discuss the issue of open and neutral online networks and the network neutrality rules being considered by Congress right now.