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Union busting movie Won’t Back Down is produced by the conservative Walden Media company and financed by Phil Anschutz, a guy who has a long and sordid history of using his big bucks to fund misinformation campaigns. Scared? You should be!
Too often – even with good intentions – activists focus solely on the problem and external conditions facing our communities, leaving many with a sense that nothing can be done.
Art can be a powerful force to mobilize strategic frames, it can be welded with the strength of a weapon of mass destruction. This post is a showcase of some of the art and music dedicated to Trayvon Martin that has moved me.
Welcoming our New Co-Anchors of the San Antonio MAG-Net Chapter: Deepening the Roots in Media Justice Organizing
Longtime members of the Media Action Grassroots Network (MAG-Net), Southwest Workers Union (SWU) and Martinez Street Women’s Center (MSWC), were just named the two new co-anchor organizations for the San Antonio chapter. Join me in welcoming them!
As evictions and raids of Occupy encampments take place through out major cities this country, one thing is evident “You can’t evict an idea who’s time has come”.
A special guest blog by Marisol Archuleta from SouthWest Organizing Project’s El Grito blog.
“The Oscars,” as it’s more commonly known, is one of the most hyped and watched cultural events in America.
In freeing creativity, progressives can once again capture and carry forward our national imagination.
In this edition of VisionTalk, Saru Jayaraman talks about how Restaurant Opportunities Centers United (ROC United) are building a powerful movement to improve the working conditions and wages of the nation’s 10 million restaurant workers.