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Articles, Speeches and Publications
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- Who Will Defend the Rights of People of Color to an Open Internet? We Speak for Ourselves.
Malkia Cyril on digital redlining and why some civil rights groups persist in taking positions against open Internet protections and against the interests of the communities they supposedly represent.
- The Strongest Open Internet Protections Possible: Yes, We Can.
Malkia Cyril writes on the relationship between civil rights organizations and the telecommunications industry.
- A New Civil Rights Mandate: Champion Open Networks to Close the Digital Divide
Malkia Cyril writes on the telecommunications industry's attempts to convince poor communities and communities of color that they must choose between fair representation and access to high-speed Internet networks. Published in the Huffington Post.
- "Out of the Margins," Extra, May 2009
Executive Director Malkia Cyril and Communications Strategist Karlos Gauna Schmieder on the connections between media policy and social justice movements, in Extra, the magazine of Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting.
- Malkia Cyril at the Green Festival, March 29, 2009: Transcript
Exploring the connections between environmental justice and media justice.
- "Speaking for Ourselves," Yes magazine, Winter 2005
Malkia Cyril and Taishi Duchicela on how youth talk about real solutions to the poverty, racism, and powerlessness.
- Malkia Cyril at the Free Press & Media Reform Conference, May 13, 2005
Outlines why a media justice analysis must be done through a racial, economic, and gender justice lens: "Our current media system reproduces and maintains the colonial power relations of its beginnings."
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